Adonit Jot Touch SDK with Palm Rejection

It’s amazing to think I’ve been on my own for nearly a year, and a busy year it’s been!

Most of my time has been spent on two iOS applications that I hope to announce soon, but I’ve also been fortunate enough to work with the Adonit team on their new iOS SDK. They’ve done an absolutely fantastic job with their Bluetooth connected Jot Touch stylus, and it was a lot of fun to help out with the iOS side of their development efforts.

Their new SDK provides:

  1. Extremely quick setup
  2. Provides 2047 distinct pressure values from the Jot Touch
  3. Advanced Palm Rejection
  4. Works with your gestures, not against them
  5. Easily configure the two stylus shortcut buttons

The latest and greatest Jot Touch 4 is shipping to resellers now. I can confirm this is the best stylus I have ever used, and I’ve tested quite a few! It’s precise, has fantastic battery life, feels like a real pen, connects fast, just feels right in the hand. If you’re an iPad note taker, you owe it to your self to get one of these.

If you’re a developer, clone the new Jot Touch SDK on Github and run the example app. Peek through the Getting Started Guide and spend a few minutes to integrate the SDK into your app!

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