While still unchallenged by other whiteboard applications, 39 Inc. decided to release a new version of SyncPad. This new version includes a brand new user interface, with a bigger drawing area, and the support for multi-page PDF – making it not only a great collaboration app, but also the perfect remote presentation tool. Now users can import entire PDF files, navigate through the pages with a new controller interface and sketch on those pages with the pen tool.
Davide Di Cillo of 39 Inc., a Miami-based development company, today announced SyncPad 1.0, the first-ever iPad application that allows users to share their drawings on a whiteboard in real-time, from anywhere in the world over the internet. Thanks to HTML5, SyncPad whiteboards are also shareable via browser for non-iPad users. Quickly import a mockup from a photo library, and add notes while the client is sitting at his desk in another continent.