A special series of posts this week is featuring four iPad apps that can help you use your iPad effectively with an interactive whiteboard. Today's featured app is SyncSpace.
SyncSpace for iPad is a zoomable drawing space that can be shared in real time over the Internet. It is a shared whiteboard that lets you sketch out your ideas in a nearly limitless, zoomable drawing space.
With SyncSpace's deep zooming you are not limited by the size of the canvas or the amount of space remaining in an existing sketch. You can zoom in to add detail or zoom out to add context to a drawing.
As a tool for collaboration, SyncSpace drawings can be viewed and edited by other SyncSpace users you invite by sending a link via iMessage or email. In meetings and schools, SyncSpace can discover and broadcast the existence of nearby shared drawings using Bonjour. There are no limits to the number of people who can collaborate on a drawing.
Drawings can be shared via Facebook, Twitter, your photo library, or emailed as PDF files. You can also send SyncSpace drawings to any iPad app that handles PDF files, such as Dropbox, GoodReader, Evernote, iBooks and more. Sketches can be displayed on a nearby AppleTV or any HDMI or VGA-connected display. Collaborate on drawings using SyncSpace or view them with zooming and real-time updates using a web browser on a computer, mobile device, or interactive whiteboard.
Watch a video demo of SyncSpace
SyncSpace Free is a free app. SyncSpace Pro is $7.99 (USD). SyncSpace app. The free version is identical to the Pro version in function but is limited to three drawings. Both require iOS 5.0 or later.
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