Air Display developer Avatron Software today introduced Air Stylus, an app that allows customers to make use of the iPad as a pressure-sensitive, cordless drawing surface area for over 30 graphics programs on the Mac.

The application is appropriate with a variety of stress delicate stylus pens, including the Wacom Intuos Creative Stylus and the Adonit Jot Touch 4, and deals with well-liked programs such as Adobe Photoshop and Pixelmator.

Air Stylus additionally consists of support for pinch-to-zoom and two finger gestures while drawing, and includes the capability to toggle palm being rejected on and off.

– Make Your Mark – With hand rejection and multi-touch assistance, Air Stylus pen lets you attract naturally and makes your stylus pen do all the job.

– Quick On The Draw – Air Stylus creates a quick, trustworthy cordless link so you can immerse on your own in your art without diversion.

– Fix a limit – Pen-based stress sensitivity indicates your lines are exact, whether they’re paintbrush vibrant or feather lighting.

– Best Of All – Compatible with 30+ graphics apps so you can integrate your iPad into your existing operations (support for Glass and Android impending!)

Air Stylus pen could be bought from the App Store for $$ 19.99 and is available now.  [Direct Link]

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