Wacom announced the launch of Bamboo Paper, its digital note-taking app for all current Android, Kindle Fire, and Windows devices on the market. The popular note-taking app will be available on Google Play, Amazon App store, and Windows Store for all leading mobile operating systems. Bamboo Paper is a note-taking app that provides a natural writing and drawing experience on mobile devices, with a balance between simplicity and a full range of features for visual expression and creativity.
“We have learned a lot from our customers since we introduced Bamboo Paper for iOS and have implemented these learnings in our new multi-platform release of Bamboo Paper. Now we can off er the best tool for creative thinking on all major and new operating systems”, Mike Gay, Head of Wacom Consumer Business, comments. “Wacom has in the past years focussed strongly in consumer business. We are taking all steps to make sure that our users enjoy the best and fi nest technology.
Bamboo Paper has traditionally been a very popular application amongst iOS users. Aft er its huge success with Apple devices, we now have this wonderful app available for Androids and Windows devices, especially Smartphones. We have fulfi lled a huge demand from such users, who can now enjoy this useful app” says Mr. Manu Nada, Managing Director, Wacom India Pvt. Ltd. Bamboo Paper for iPad, Android or Windows devices allows people to use their tablets like an ordinary paper notebook. Better still, the multi-platform availability supports storing and sharing of thoughts, plans and ideas digitally. The recently introduced Wacom Ink Layer Language (WILL) plays a major role in achieving Wacom’s natural writing experience. WILL also enables the users to share their work between diff erent devices and operating systems on the same level. With Bamboo Paper users can put down their thoughts and ideas down while relaxing at home on the iPad and yet refi ne these notes, mind maps or sketches on their Windows 8 laptop or desktop computer in the offi ce the next day.
“We consider this a major step for the seamless exchange of ideas and notes across all available hardware or soft ware platforms.” Referring to the strategic idea that underlies Wacom activities in this area, Mike says, “For a creative world we have to off er solutions that support people expressing, recording and sharing thoughts and ideas.”