FiftyThree has brought Paper, its popular creativity app, to the iPhone. Now a universal app, Paper for iPhone lets you get your ideas down no matter which device you're on. And for the first time on both iPhone and iPad, you can add text and photos to your creations.

With text input, Paper supports the creation of lists, with a simple swipe to the right turning your text into an item to be checked off. Swiping on your text to the left will create a header, and swiping left again will increase the header's size. You can also add photos to your creations, making notes with text under them, or spotlighting particular portions by drawing on them.

Zoom has also been changed in this update, with the loupe zoom feature having been replaced by a reverse-pinch, which instead of magnifying a small portion of your creation zooms in on the whole thing. You can pan around with two fingers while zoomed.

Paper for iPhone also features all of the tools you've come to know and love in Paper for iPad, including the app's most recent Think Kit tools. The app is also still compatible with FiftyThree's Pencil stylus.

One notable omission from this release is sync. While logging into your Paper account will import things you've saved from FiftyThree's Mix collaboration network, your notes, drawings, and other work won't sync over between iPhone and iPad just yet. FiftyThree did note that sync will appear in a future version, but has not specified a time frame.

You can grab Paper for iPhone from the App store now.

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