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Livescribe pens get own app store

updated 09:30 am EST, Thu November 19, 2009

Livescribe Pulse gets computer-free apps

Livescribe today followed trends today by launching its own app store for its intelligent pens like the Pulse. The unusual addition uses a combination of the pen output, screen and audio features to provide a mix of games, education tools and utilities. In many cases, users draw some of the interface itself; language tools speak dialogue.

The service is currently in a beta stage but has its own free SDK. Most apps are free or cost less than $10 and don't require a computer connection to work.



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