Apple Pencil and 3-D touch
Currently using the Apple Pencil is no different than using your finger. It is a forgotten and potentialy powerful tool:
First it’d be nice if the Pencil was able to highlight WITHOUT having to use the pause/drag gesture that you do with your finger.
Second, utilize its pressure sensitivity capability by having access to guides within the text. This would be great for iPad with the Apple Pencil and 3D Touch on iPhones. This would be similar to the right click on desktop.
Third, utilize its pressure sensitivity capability to allow quick access to prioritized or recent resources from the library tab. This too could be available on iPhone through 3D Touch.
Finally, I would like to see highlighting shortcuts available while using your Apple Pencil, much like what is available in apple Notes currently. Would seem useful to include the option to have prioritized highlights.
To fuel the competition.... I’m a former Jehovah’s Witness & their “JW Library” has had this functionality for years. 🤣
Joe Hootman commented
I would love to use Apple Pencil to make marginalia and mark up my bible on my iPad just like I did for paper versions.
Michael Bath commented
This would be amazing. I use my iPad mini at work to take handwritten notes. Add this functionality to my bible study and Sunday messages would be a great benefit.
Keeping going guys —- great product.
Paul Barker commented
This would be such an amazing addition. I’ve just bought an iPad Pro and an Apple Pencil and I’d absolutely love to see this functionality. The pencil can be used with current generation non pro iPads too so the user base is widening.
Eric Wilson commented
All of the above suggestions would be marvelous! Maybe we could start a kickstarter to get this rolling?
Kevin Wang commented
Great ideas! Would love to see this happen in Logos!
It would be great if you could use it to mark up pages like you can in iBooks. It would be the one last thing that I can do in my paper Bible that I can’t do yet in logos - hand write notes in the margins.
Really would like to see ability to make handwritten notes similar to GoodNotes app on iPad. Note taking during a sermon via pecking at a virtual keyboard is a non-starter. The iPad is the perfect size to sit in the congregation with. Much more so than a laptop.