Annotation Hand Written Notes via Apple Pencil on Books?

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Scott Fillmer | Forum Activity | Posted: Tue, Feb 23 2016 5:13 AM

I would really really love to be able to annotate the books I'm reading in my Logos library with the ApplePencil on the iPad Pro. This seems to me to be the ultimate best of both worlds with being able to "write in my bible" while using a digital form?

I understand written notes on something like a pdf is done in a picture file type of the highlighted text note files are a totally different animal, but to be able to circle passages, write notes in the margins, and so on is just something I miss from the days of physical books. The Apple Pencil makes this possible in a grand way (in my opinion).

Is there any chance Logos is looking into something like this for a feature update? I know the pencil is limited to the iPadPro right now but I'm guessing that will eventually change, but even still, you can do this with just a regular stylus and non-pro tablet it doesn't have to be the Apple Pencil and iPad Pro. Thanks. S

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Tim Canosa | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Dec 8 2016 12:01 PM

Would love this also

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Denise | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Dec 8 2016 12:42 PM

Scott, are you suggesting Apple-specific, and model-specific pen support?  I'm assuming 'of course, that's what I wrote!' (along with Kevin's go do your duty ... also manufacturer/model specific).

I only pose the question, since this AM, I was scanning Adonit's offerings for anything new ... I have 3 of theirs, 2 BT's and a nicer stylus. But reading the comments, it's the usual ... connectivity/stability. I do maybe 70% of my writing cursive, so maybe 20 BT apps and their struggle to stay even with SDK's. A loosing battle.

I just wonder about the do-ability in Logos. Maybe the ipad pro is the number one pastor's tool de resistance' ... could be.

"I didn't know God made honky tonk angels."

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