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TromboneAl wrote:I'm considering switching from my Android table to an iPad (partly because Scrivener supports it).
I doubt I'd do serious writing with an iPad (I have a Macbook for that), but I might want to use it to do some plotting, scene creation, note taking etc.
Do you use your iPad for things like that?
Can you use the corkboard on the iOS version?
Mon Jun 17, 2019 1:57 am Post
Brammy wrote:What I will say, though, is the modal sync via Dropbox took a little bit of getting used to. I also use Ulysses and got used to the sync just happening in the background. It took getting burned on a sync issue to make sure I went back to Scrivener's iOS list of my projects to ensure the sync happened again. It is now muscle memory for me.
Mon Jun 17, 2019 6:26 am Post
TromboneAl wrote:Does syncing with the iOS app work differently?
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kewms wrote:I primarily use iOS Scrivener for notetaking, and absolutely love it for that purpose.
There is a corkboard on the iPad. How useful it is probably depends on the size of your device. I have an iPad Mini and find it functional but limited; on an iPad Pro I'm sure it would be comparable to the laptop version.
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