Friday, March 30, 2012

MS Courier becomes Real... on the iPad

If you still recall Microsoft's Courier project back in 2009, you'll know just how much we all wish to be able to use tablets as out future multipurpose note-taking notebooks.
Unfortunately, Courier never became a reality... until now.

Three years later, users can now use their tablets to do the same kind of stuff shown by the Courier project, thanks to Tapose. Curiously, it's not available for a Windows Tablet but for the most popular Tablet on the market right now: Apple's iPad.

It wasn't easy. This App was rejected several times by Apple, due to its windowing system and notification and widget system... But at last it got through and is now available in the App Store.

It's one of those Apps that will certainly be used to showcase the kind of use Tablets can allow, and jst how much they'll be able to change the way things work in many areas of our society: from teaching/learning, to all kinds of jobs and professional usage, and lots other places we can't even imagine right now.

P.S. This post was originally published here in Portuguese by mistake - sorry. And thanks to everyone who sent an email warning me!

[via The Verge]

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