Air Stylus lets you use your Galaxy Note as a pressure sensitive, wireless drawing surface for your favorite graphics software on your Mac OS X computer. (Sorry Windows users, not yet. Stay tuned.)
Draw or paint on your Galaxy Note’s screen directly into Adobe® Photoshop®, Pixelmator®, or almost any computer-based creative software that supports pressure sensitive pens.
Air Stylus creates a natural drawing and painting environment, letting you combine the power of computer-based creative software, the finesse of your S Pen, and the elegant usability of your Galaxy Note.
Air Stylus – the new way to draw on your creative power.
• Enjoy familiar pinch to zoom and two-finger gestures to navigate your images
• Activate reliable palm rejection for increased drawing comfort
• Compatible with all leading creative software
• All the best graphics programs
Air Stylus has been tested with over a dozen software programs that support pressure sensitivity.
It makes more sense to list what Air Stylus does NOT work with, so here we go:
Known software incompatibilities
• (We’re working on shrinking this list as fast as we can)
Corel Painter X3
ToonBoom Studio, Harmony, Animate, and Pencil Check
1. Buy the Air Stylus app and launch it on your Galaxy Note
2. Download and install the free Air Display host software to your Mac from GetAirDisplay.com.
3. On your computer, click the Air Display menu and connect to your Galaxy Note
Air Stylus turns your Galaxy Note into a pressure-sensitive second screen for your computer.
Launch your favorite graphics software, drag its window to the Galaxy Note, and start drawing or painting with your S Pen.
• Both computer and Galaxy Note must be on the same Wi-Fi network
• Samsung Galaxy Note with S Pen (or the S Pen with Eraser)
• Mac OS X 10.7.5 and above
Already have the Air Display app?
Air Stylus and Air Display play very well together, and even use the same host software on your Mac, just make sure to update to the latest version.
Air Stylus lets you draw or paint naturally while using your familiar, computer-based workflow, without having to invest time or money in extra hardware.
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