I’m not sure what it is, but something about the iPad just screams “cork board.” Maybe it’s because the iPad is the perfect size for a little note/ picture collection center. Whatever the reason, cork board apps have been fairly popular on the iPad, and Corkulous seems to stand out from the crowd.
Not resting on their laurels though, the team at Appigo has updated Corkulous to add sharing and cork board templates, two additions that are definitely appreciated.
Board sharing in Corkulous can be done by either using the entire board, a specific view of the board, or just a collection of selected items. These items can be shared via email, placed in a website for download via mobile Safari, or sent via iTunes File Sharing.
The new template feature makes it possible for users to make Corkulous templates for common uses. Appigo uses a college student as an example, as they could make a note taking template for daily lectures.
“Corkulous works extremely well on the iPad and weʼve been getting great reviews from customers,” said Calvin Gaisford, Appigoʼs CEO. “Weʼre excited to see what kinds of new uses Corkulous board sharing brings to the iPad.”
Be sure to download the 1.6 update (out now), and if you don’t have the app yet, pick it up and save a cork tree.
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