Ten One Design Updates Inklet With Support for the New Force Touch Trackpad

Ten One Design Updates Inklet With Support for the New Force Touch Trackpad

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Ten One Design has updated its Inklet application for Mac with support for Apple's new Force Touch trackpad. It may be the first third-party application to support the feature which Apple has already begun using to deliver haptic feature in apps like iMovie.

Inklet uses the Force Touch trackpad to improve pressure control, even letting you use your finger.

We think Inklet is the first 3rd party application to support the Apple’s new Force Touch trackpads. This means you’ll have amazing pressure control on newer machines, and in a pinch you can even use your finger. Having a trackpad capable of measuring force is a big deal. Even though Inklet has always been capable of determining stylus pressure, this update makes measuring pressure simpler and more reliable. Kudos to the team at Apple who designed this precise and useful instrument. Inklet will prompt you to update sometime within the next three days. You can get the update immediately by selecting “Check for Updates...” from the Inklet menu.

What's New In This Version:
Lots of improvements and support for new hardware.
● Enhanced pressure control for machines with a Force Touch trackpad.
● Improved pressure response for machines with a regular Multitouch trackpad.
● Fix for occasional issue with a stroke ending unexpectedly.
● Various other minor fixes.

You download a free demo of Inklet at the link below. You'll need a new 13-Inch Retina MacBook Pro or the new 12-Inch MacBook to use the Force Touch trackpad features.

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Ten One Design Updates Inklet With Support for the New Force Touch Trackpad
ISwag - March 25, 2015 at 11:51am
Right on. It'd be cool if the iPad's were pressure sensitive
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