Only a few months after announcing their new pen, the Livescribe 3, Livescribe has today announced that they have launched a new SDK, allowing third-party developers to take advantage of the Livescribe 3 smartpen.
In case you didn’t know, Livescribe 3 is a smartpen that allows users to easily transfer handwritten notes into a digital form on their smartphone or tablet, allowing them to view words, doodles and diagrams via the Livescribe+ mobile app for iOS using Bluetooth, or on their PC.
Alongside the launch of the SDK, Livescribe also announced the first application to take advantage of it, called Outline and Outline+, the app will work with Microsoft OneNote, Microsoft OneDrive, Microsoft SharePoint, Box and DropBox, allowing the user to share notebooks onto these services.
Alongside that, the app also allows users to continue working on notebooks with the Outline for Mac application or Microsoft OneNote for Windows.
The apps are available to download today, Outline is available for free on the iTunes App Store alongside Outline+, which is priced at £10.99 and Outline for Mac is also available on the Mac App Store priced at £27.99.
If you don’t have one already, you can also pick up the Livescribe 3 smartpen from Amazon, Apple stores and selected retailers for £129.99, or the Livescribe 3 Pro Edition for £169.99 from the same places.