Pair the stylus with Inklet (Mac, $24.95), a cunning software package that takes advantage of the capacitive touch pad and stylus compatibility, and many users may find this a practical alternative to pricy professional drawing tablets. Compatible with Photoshop, Pixelmator and more, Inklet even offers pressure sensitivity, hand writing recognition and palm rejection (ignoring your hand on the touch pad while drawing with the capacitive stylus). See the Apple Support article System requirements for Continuity on Mac, iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Apple Watch. See also Take a picture of your screen in Preview on Mac Resize, rotate, or flip an image in Preview on Mac See what an image looks like on another device using Preview on Mac Annotate a PDF in Preview on Mac. Go to Download Artboard. SketchBook Express. This is a free Mac drawing app available at the Mac app store. It provides users with professional grade tools to help create images on your Mac computer. SketchBook Express offers Gesture-based marking menus, which make it possible to quickly access tools and commands. These precision graphics pads and drawing tablets for Mac feature up to 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity, programmable buttons and USB connectivity or Bluetooth wireless tablet freedom for Professional graphic design, photo retoching, architechture and CAD, 3D modeling, Anime or Illlustration.
Not sure if this is possible, but check out these two apps to see if these maybe what may work.
OR, maybe, but not sure,
Drawing App On Macbook Pro
Mac Os Drawing App
You do not, necessarily, NEED an Apple Pencil to use with the iPad Pro.
There are some third party alternatives that work just as well with the iPad Pro.
I am getting along just fine and dandy using an Adonit Jot Touch w/ pixelpoint and it works great and palm rejection works well with all of the apps this works with.
It is, also, $99.
Works well. No issues. No complaints.
I don't need another $99 Bluetooth Smart Stylus.
Graphics Software For Macbook Pro
Dec 8, 2015 3:18 PM