PhatWare Corp., a professional software and application developer, is excited to release PhatPad for iPad, a note-taking and collaboration app featuring PhatWare's latest handwriting recognition technology.
More than another note-taking app, PhatPad can turn your iPad into an advanced writing tool that can draw, write, and type your ideas then instantly share them via email. PhatPad 3.3 is integrated with Moxtra, a power communications platform that offers real-time engagement via chat, voice calls, to-dos, videos, documents, screen sharing, annotation and voice and visual notes.
PhatPad's digital ink technology and handwriting recognition allows users to share screens, voice, and chat in real time with the touch of a button.
Subrah Iyer, CEO and co-founder of Moxtra, explained, "The Moxtra SDK helps innovative apps like PhatPad bring messaging, voice call and screen share to their users right in the app, providing seamless user experience and driving app's adoption and virality."
Newly updated, PhatPad is as technically impressive as it is conducive to creative openness. It enables users to collaborate and interact with others right over the PhatPad content using PhatPad or any Internet browser on any desktop or mobile computer.
Stan Miasnikov, president and CEO of PhatWare Corp, said in a statement, "We are very excited about the new version of PhatPad. Moxtra service makes incredibly easy to share interactive content with other collaborators in real time, especially be adding chat and voice capabilities."
It allows iPad users to scribble notes as if they are writing on real paper, but is best known for its powerful multilingual handwriting recognition engine which automatically converts handwritten notes into text. It is available in eleven languages, including English, German, French, Dutch, Danish, Norwegian, Finnish, Italian, Portuguese, Swedish, and Spanish.
Edited by Alisen Downey