The companion app to your new Pogo Connect smart pen!
This app will guide you through your first connection and setting up of your new pen. It will give you a chance to try out the pressure sensitivity function, and even serves as a guide to the many wonderful apps with which Pogo Connect is compatible.
This app also allows you to configure your Pogo Connect for one of the many precision and brush tips now available for it.
If you're anything like us, there may be times when you've forgotten where you left your Pogo Connect. No worries! The Pogo Connect has a battery life measured in months, so we've built a new function called "Ping My Pogo" which lets your find your missing pen around the house. It even flashes the light on the Pen so you can find it in the dark!
You need to have an iPad 3 or later, or an iPad mini to connect with Pogo Connect.
- Updated for iOS 9
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App is needed, some app cavets
In order to connect your Pogo Connect Smart Pen, you *unfortuniatly* don't sync it through the iPad Bluetooth settings.
In order to connect your stylus, one MUST:
- have Bluetooth on
- an App that has the Pogo Connect SDK implimented
You can still use the pen for the iPad, but you won't get the pressure sensitivity if an application doesn't impliment the Pogo Connect SDK.
*NOTE* Screen covers may (will) inhibit sensitivity usage.
I hope to edit my review with more detail and higher grade. Until then, 3/5
Great device and support
I own 3 different pressure sensitive styluses for iPad and I have to say the pogo connect is by far the best. In terms of its sensitivity is concerned I think it is as good as my Wacom. Maybe better. This app is a great tool for the device.
The feel of the pogo connect is wonderful. The way it feels as you draw on the surface of the iPad is great. The thickness of the tip takes a little bit of getting used to but I love it now. The only drawbacks I have for it are the lack of built in rechargeable batteries which isn't that big of a deal, and the fact that there is only 1 button. It would have been nice to have at least 2 buttons and an on/off switch. The main reason I would like an on/off switch is because when you have the pogo connect connected and go to another app it will keep popping up a window that wants to take you back to the app it is connected to and you can't make it stop without taking the battery out. The pogo also looses the connection and has to reconnect more than I would like. But even with those few drawbacks I still love the device. It makes doing artwork on the iPad possible.
So far I like artstudio with the pogo connect the most and am awaiting art rage to get pogo connect support. If you were on the fence about the pogo connect I would say get one without a doubt! You will love it.
✒️ Perfect Pen
Wow, some people obviously do absolutely NO research... It clearly states on their site that this is not compatible with the Air, because previous iPads use different bluetooth connectivity. I just got this for my iPad 4 for about $50, cheaper than the new Adonit, Wacom, JaJa, or whatever other brands. ten1 is obviously pushing for developer support, because this is the most widely compatible active stylus, and the 200 levels of pressure are more than adequate to perform perfectly naturally.
Keep up the support! 👔
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.