Notability update brings new stickers, fixes for pen tool and more

The latest release of the popular note-taking app Notability, on iPhone, iPad and Mac, adds support for new stickers and includes various bug fixes and other minor improvements.

Version 10.3.2 features new bullet journal stickers, which include dividers, headers, banners and other hand-drawn elements that aim to replicate a traditional journal. They’re available from the Notability Store as an in-app purchase for £3.99.

Take your notes to the next level with bullet journal stickers! The set includes a variety of washi tapes, headers, numbers, dividers and more. These stickers feature a hand drawn effect, just like your typical bullet journal. Use them to enhance your notes or create your own planner pages.

  • Take your notes to the next level with bullet journal stickers! The set includes a variety of washi tapes, headers, numbers, dividers and more. These stickers feature a hand drawn effect, just like your typical bullet journal. Use them to enhance your notes or create your own planner pages.
  • Added support for adding the selection tool as a favorite
  • Fixed an issue where ink playback did not animate in some cases
  • Fixed an issue where the pen tool ended up with the wrong styling
  • Fixed an issue where the note page color wasn’t uniform
  • Fixed an issue where certain locked PDFs wouldn’t import properly
  • Fixed an issue with the color picker selecting the wrong color
  • Fixed a crash when presenting the camera
  • Improved performance when opening notes
  • Other miscellaneous minor bug fixes and improvements

It now lets users choose the selection tool as a favourite and includes multiple bug fixes, including one that resolves an issue where using the pen tool would display the wrong styling. Notability also promises ‘improved performance’ when opening your notes.

Notability is currently available as a universal purchase in the App Store for $3.99.

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