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  • You can now turn your drawings into animated GIFs using Rocketbook! Keep in mind that animated GIF functionality works with iOS and iMessage only. We're working on getting it working with Android and other services next. What is an animated GIF?  According to Techopedia, an animated GIF is “an image encoded in graphics interchange format (GIF), which contains a number of images or frames in a single file and is described by its own graphic control extension.” Basically, it’s a collection of images that loop in order to convey animation. Animated GIFs are a new fun feature that will make your...

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  • Parents: we've got your number. We know your kids produce an astonishing amount of art. We also know you feel guilt about sending it to the graveyard (the trash can) and frustration around having no way to save it short of buying a storage unit. But don't worry--we've got your back. We've come up with a product that will let you save, share, and even create animated GIFs from your childrens' masterpieces; a kid-safe, family friendly, infinitely reusable cloud-connected notebook; a product that will make you the envy of your friends, a hero to your children and a better parent. Welcome to Rocketbook...

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  • We're excited to announce that the redesigned Android app will be available very soon!  After the successful launch on iOS, we're ready to bring the fun over to Android 🚀 As noted in our iOS blog post, our focus during this redesign was to make the app more delightful and intuitive while maintaining the existing feature set. So, while you’ll experience a big change in the look and feel of the app, the functionality will largely stay the same.  Here’s a sneak peek of what to expect! A MORE INFORMATIVE DESTINATIONS SCREEN The updated Destinations screen allows you to see the cloud...

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  • We had so much fun creating our Rocketbook GIF feature that we want to share the love and reward you for it!  Here is an example of the awesomeness you can create!   Here's the scoop; Step #1 Grab your Rocketbook Color, Wave, Everlast or One. Step #2 Read this blog for how to use the Rocketbook animated GIF feature. Step #3 Explore here for how to draw something scary, spooky, and Halloween-y. Step#4 Once you have your drawing, send yourself or a friend your super cool GIF. Save it and submit it to us at fans@getrocketbook.com.  Step #5 Read below and bask in the possibilities of winning...

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  • We all know the obvious way to erase the Rocketbook Wave (get it? The “Wave” as in microwave?), but what if yours is not big enough, or doesn’t have a rotating center plate? You can still find ways to reuse pages that have been used with any Pilot FriXion pen, marker or highlighter. How is this magic possible? Pilot FriXion ink turns clear at 140 degrees F / 60 degrees C, and the Rocketbook Wave is specially constructed to be microwave safe and the pages are safe for other heat that conforms to these temperatures. Each Rocketbook includes one FriXion pen...

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  • We get this question a lot, why dot grid? Initially we saw the benefit of both dot grid and lined pages and weighed out the pros and cons of each option. Not just for writing. Rocketbook users come from a diverse set of backgrounds. Artists love sketching. Mathematicians love diagramming. With dot grid, you can still enjoy the benefits of guides, but you aren’t limited in what you are trying to create. From bulleted notes to design concepts to free-form sketching, dot grid offers support for every kind of user. Use in portrait or landscape. If you’re someone who prefers to take...

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  • Our new Kickstarter video will feature real Rocketbook users with their books, and we want you to be part of it! To be part of Rocketbook history, get a sneak preview of the new Rocketbook, and get a 20% off coupon code from our web store, just send us a photo of yourself with your Rocketbook.

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  • Since our Shark Tank episode aired, folks have been asking why so many key Rocketbook features weren't mentioned on the show. The answer is simple: editing. The TV segment lasted for about six minutes, but filming took close to an hour. Here is some detail that ended up on the cutting room floor.   Q: Doesn't the ability to reuse Rocketbook instead of wasting paper and killing trees have huge environmental appeal? Why wasn't this mentioned? We mentioned it in the studio, but it didn't make it into the episode. Rocketbook customers love the fact that they don't have to keep...

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