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Feb 25, 2013

Mokeskine App for the Gadget Minded Hypergraphic

 Moleskine has just released their first white moleskin, very clean and pristine. Just the thing for the minimalistic hipster poet. But, wait, for those of us who love to physically write, but also are trying to transition to the ever glorified smartphone journaling or note taking... Moleskine also has a journal app. 

The Moleskin App is available for iPhone/iPad, Android, even... the Windows Phone.

These apps have the look and feel of the classic Moleskine, with the traditional cream-color pages, you can have both the convenience of an electronic journal and the elegant personal touch of human inspiration.

Screenshot of the Android Moleskine App

- Classic Moleskine journal style
- Signature Moleskine Inner Pocket to store your favorite snippets of imagery and text
- Portrait and landscape modes - including unique double-spread view in landscape mode
- Thumbnail view with editable menu
- Full artist toolset: watercolor brush, Moleskine pencil, Moleskine pen, Moleskine eraser,   highlighter, and scissors
- Art tools come with size control and full-spectrum color selector available on-the-fly
- Color selector is fully featured to give complete artistic control, with value slide, opacity slide, custom swatch library and cream-color Moleskine paper background for easier color selection
- Text tool with all iOS-available fonts, color selector, opacity and size control on-the-fly
- Multiple undo and redo
- Built-in camera for immediate image taking
- Easy image import
- Project shareability via email, Facebook and Twitter
- Easy sync to Evernote and backup to Dropbox
- Classic Moleskine bookmark ribbon
- Classic Moleskine paper selection—plain, ruled, squared—plus page templates from the popular Weekly Planner, Passion Recipe Journal and Storyboard Notebook
- Intuitive Apple iOS gestures such as pinch, spread, 2-finger scroll and page flip
- Fully editable library in thumbnail and list mode 

What a great blending of technology and old school. Still... you can't beat the sensation and personal touch of physical writing.

Visit the Moleskine site for more information on their products and apps.


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