Apple recently introduced its newest app, Freeform.
Freeform is a collaborative task and note-taking app that allows you to plan a project or keep track of all your to-do items in one place. But what sets it apart from other apps in the same category is its unique interface. Instead of a traditional page or grid view, Freeform allows you to organise and visually lay out content on a flexible canvas, to see, share and collaborate all in one place without worrying about layouts or page sizes.
As well as post-it notes, text, lines and arrows, Freeform includes a large library of shapes and symbols which you can scale or colour as you like. You can import photos, sketches or scans directly from your iPhone or iPad. You can add images, videos, and other multimedia, making Freeform a great app for anyone who needs to quickly sketch out ideas or keep track of visual information.
A great aspect of Freeform is its integration with other Apple apps and services. For example, you can easily drag and drop files from your iCloud Drive or other cloud storage services directly into Freeform. This makes it easy to access all your important documents, photos, and videos in one place. And with full Apple Pencil support, Freeform is a great tool for iPad users.
Freeform allows you to collaborate with others in real-time and easily share your Freeform document with others. This makes it a great app for teams who need to work together on projects and keep everyone on the same page. Additionally, Freeform uses state-of-the-art encryption to protect your data and keep it safe, so you can feel confident that your information is secure.
Apple’s new Freeform app is a must-have for anyone who needs to keep track of their tasks, ideas, and information in a creative and organized way. With its unique interface, powerful features, and seamless integration with other Apple devices, apps and services, Freeform is sure to become a go-to app for millions of users.
Freeform comes free on every iPhone, iPad and Mac supporting iOS 16.2, iPadOS 16.2 or macOS Ventura 13.1. So if you haven’t updated your device recently, a new free app might be a great motivation.