If you’re an iPad user, you may be wondering how to use the Scribble feature without an Apple Pencil. While the Apple Pencil is the best way to use Scribble, it’s not the only way. There are a few different ways you can use Scribble on your iPad without an Apple Pencil.
In this blog post, we’ll show you how to use Scribble on your iPad without an Apple Pencil.
- Open the Notes app on your iPad
- Select the pencil icon in the upper right corner of the screen to enter drawing mode
- Tap the “Settings” icon in the upper left corner of the screen
- Enable the “Use Palm Rejection” setting to prevent accidental inputs from your hand while drawing
- Draw on your iPad with your finger or a stylus to begin using Scribble without an Apple Pencil!
Does Scribble Work Without Apple Pencil?
Technically, yes. The iPad comes with a built-in stylus called the Apple Pencil, but you don’t need it to use Scribble. However, we recommend using the Apple Pencil for the best experience.
How Can I Scribble My iPad Without a Pencil?
If you want to Scribble on your iPad without a Pencil, there are a few ways to do so. One way is to use your finger as a stylus. Another way is to use a third-party stylus such as the Adonit Jot Script or the Wacom Bamboo Solo Stylus.
Finally, you can use an Apple Pencil if you have one.
How Do I Enable Scribble on My iPad?
If you’re someone who likes to take handwritten notes on your iPad, you may be wondering how to enable the Scribble feature. Luckily, it’s a relatively simple process! Here’s how:
- First, open the Settings app on your iPad.
- Scroll down and tap on General.
- Then, select Accessibility from the list of options.
- Next, tap on Pencil Recognition under the Interaction section.
- Finally, toggle the switch next to Enable Scribble to the ON position. And that’s all there is to it!
Once you’ve enabled Scribble, you’ll be able to handwrite in any text field using Apple Pencil or your finger (if you don’t have an Apple Pencil). Keep in mind that this feature is only available on devices running iOS 14 or later.
What Can I Use If I Don’t Have an Apple Pencil?
If you don’t have an Apple Pencil, there are still plenty of ways that you can use your iPad for drawing and painting. There are a number of different apps that offer a wide range of brushes and pencils that can be used with your finger or a stylus. Procreate is a popular app that has a wide variety of brushes and tools that can be used without an Apple Pencil.
Other apps like Paper by FiftyThree and Adobe Sketch also offer a great selection of digital drawing tools.
How to Use Scribble Without Apple Pencil?
In the past, if you wanted to use the Apple Pencil with your iPad, you had to have an iPad that supported Apple Pencil. But now, with iOS 11, anyone with an iPad can use Apple Pencil – even if your iPad doesn’t support it! Here’s how:
- Download and install the Scribble app.
- Connect your iPad to your computer using a USB cable.
- Launch the Scribble app on your computer.
- Select your device in the top left corner of the window (this will be labeled “iPad” followed by a number). If you don’t see your device listed, make sure that it’s turned on and connected to your computer via USB.
- Click on the “Enable” button in the middle of the window. This will enable Scribble on your device. You may be prompted to enter your passcode at this point; if so, enter it and click “OK.”
- a. For devices without an OLED display: To start using Scribble, triple-click the Home button on your device; this will bring up the scribble palette from which you can select colors and tools. If you want to exit out of Scribble mode, just triple-click the Home button again – no need to save or anything!
b. For devices with an OLED display: To start using Scribble, tap and hold on the Lock screen with Apple Pencil; this will bring up the scribble palette from which you can select colors and tools. If you want to exit out of Scribble mode, just tap and hold on the Lock screen with Apple Pencil again – no need to save or anything!
If you want to use Scribble on your iPad without an Apple Pencil, there are a few things you need to do. First, make sure your iPad is running iOS 14 or later. Next, go to Settings > Accessibility > Touch and turn on the “Enable Scribble” option.
Once that’s done, you can start using Scribble by tapping the pencil icon in any text field.