An update was released for Livescribe Desktop (PC users only) in the past week – version 2.3.1. The release includes some exciting new features – not the least being integration to Evernote. The list of new features includes Additional sharing capabilities: Share .pencast files using your email client Share notes and audio recordings to an Evernote® account. Share entire custom notebooks to Livescribe™ Online, or as .pencast files. Audio playback controls in the Sharing interface. Ability to select and share multiple audio sessions as a .pencast file or when uploading to Livescribe Online. Ability to get information about a page.
Over the past few weeks I’ve had a chance to experiment with the new iPhone application for Livescribe. Called Pencasts, the application allows you to share your Pencasts with your preferred Mac device or even browse public pencasts by popularity or category. Having known about this for a while we were pretty excited to see the application released and I have to say it does live up to expectations. From my perspective, being able to have Pencasts on my iPhone is quite handy as I can quickly access and/or share content on an instant, as needed basis. This is particularly
In an effort to increase the options for you our customers to engage with us, I’m pleased to announce that we’ve launched a store on Facebook. You can find our Smartpen Facebook fan page here which includes a link to the store. If you’re a Facebook user, feel free to become a fan. We’ll be introducing Facebook exclusive special offers later this month starting with a very special bundle for students who are graduating high school and off to university. We’ll continue to evolve how we use our Facebook fan pages including special pages where we share specific content aimed
Had a chance to fly Qantas recently? Did you notice the inflight ad for Livescribe Pulse Smartpen? I’ve been travelling around the country recently and I’m always amused to see the other passengers suddenly take notice of the Livescribe ad during the inflight entertainment program. Last week one passenger across the aisle from me was madly trying to write down the details that I couldn’t help but hand him my business card – inflight ad to inflight Livescribe demo to inflight Livescribe sale… As an aside, did you know we’ve introduced an Australian version of the Livescribe Pro Pack? Tagged:
Many of you would know that a Livescribe Pro Pack has been available in the US for some time. We’ve not had the option of offering this pack here in Australia. We’ve had lots of requests for it so we’ve created our own Australian version of the US product. We now offer a 2GB Pro Pack and a 4GB Pro Pack. These packs include: 2GB or 4GB Livescribe Pulse Smartpen in Titanium (not black as shown on the US site) MyScript for Livescribe – fully licensed version for Mac or PC Pro charging Cradle Premium Black Case. Details of both
Ahead of our launch of an exciting new product bundle, we’ve standardised how we list the Livescribe Pulse 2GB and 4GB Pulse Smartpens on our site. The product descriptions now clearly distinguish between both the 2GB and 4GB Pulse Smartpens whilst also making it clearer which pens are bundled with MyScript for Livescribe (still an exclusive offer by Smartpen). Here’s a snapshot of the 2GB pens: The 4GB Pens are listed in a similar way. I trust these changes make navigation easier on our site. Any feedback will always be appreciated. Tagged: 2GB Pulse, 2gb smartpen, 4GB Pulse, 4GB Smartpen,
We’re seeing more and more interest from Australian schools for the Livescribe Pulse Smartpen and one feature that is getting a lot of attention is the Pencast. Like podcasts, videos, tweets and digital photos, Pencasts are a new online communication tool, allowing anyone to digitally share notes, ideas, drawings and conversations from pen and paper online for the first time. We’re talking to a number of Australian schools about how they are using Pencasts and in the coming weeks I hope to be able to share some examples with everyone. In the meantime, here’s a great list of Pencasts from
A question that we’re often asked by the Livescribe community here in Australia and New Zealand is whether MyScript for Livescribe can be used on more than one computer (i.e. a work laptop and a home computer).Many of our customers use their Livescribe Smartpen on multiple computers – I do the same. As it stands, the license agreement for MyScript doesn’t permit this – so a user wanting to use MyScript across multiple machines would need to purchase additional copies of the software. My question for the community is whether there is sufficient demand for a multi-machine option? Would it