Wacom Releases Bamboo Paper App For Windows 8 Devices, Download It Soon For Premium Writing And Drawing Tools

Bamboo Paper App Windows Store

Wacom has released their Bamboo Paper app for Windows 8 devices. Bamboo Paper allows you to capture your thoughts and ideas by taking notes, sketching and drawing. For a limited time, you will be able to get all premium writing and drawing tools for free, so download the app soon.

  • LIMITED TIME – FREE TOOLS
    To celebrate the launch of Bamboo Paper for Windows 8, we are making available all premium writing and drawing tools FOR FREE! Download now to get the maximum out of Bamboo Paper! *
  • TOOLS & PRECISE INKING
    Use a selection of pen tools for writing, sketching, coloring and marking. Our zoom function allows you to draw or write precise lines to fit more notes onto the page. Wacom’s vector based ink engine provides the best drawing and writing quality on Windows 8.
  • ANNOTATE
    Add images or photos to your page and sketch or write on top.
  • WORK IN FOCUS
    Our unique full screen mode lets you focus on what matters most – your creativity.
  • EXPORT AND SHARING
    Share your notebooks with friends or colleagues using Bamboo Paper on Windows 8, Android and iOS or export your work to a variety of cloud services and social media (e.g. Dropbox, Evernote, Tumblr, Twitter, Facebook…).
  • STYLUS
    For the best result and experience use Bamboo Paper with a Wacom stylus. Find out which stylus works best for you by visiting bamboostylus.wacom.com.

Download it here from Windows Store for free. You can download Bamboo Page app here from Windows Store.

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  • david

    OneNote can do same and is free.

    • Bugbog

      Only it doesn’t have a physical component.

      • david

        Device hardware needs to support physical component (active pen).
        They say free – limited time.

    • Roy

      Isn’t this free?

  • Verg

    It hangs at the splashscreen on my first gen Surface Pro. It works fine on my (non-Wacom) desktop PC. Weird.