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The Daily Page for iPad Pro - a great way to digitally plan, organize and tackle your day!

I’ve had a lot of fun with my iPad Pro (shop the 12″ iPad Pro or the 9.7″ iPad Pro) and Apple Pencil over the past few months, and I’ve enjoyed using it to use my Daily Page in a digital format. In my opinion nothing will ever replace good old paper + pen, but for those who love having everything on their iPad or are trying to reduce their use of paper, this is a great alternative….and it’s so much fun! There are several apps that will allow you to use your Digital Daily Page. My favorite is Paper53.

I shared a short preview last week on Instagram’s new Stories feature, and loved feedback from followers who thought the idea looked really fun! (make sure you’re following me on Instagram for more behind the scenes stuff!)

Once you purchase The Daily Page for iPad Pro you can open the .jpg file in several apps (Paper53, Notepad Plus and Procreate are a few I’ve tested out). You can then edit the page using the various tools within the app. You can use the Apple Pencil to write in your to-dos, check off your water, and plan your meals! Use the marker tool to highlight important tasks and sketch out all of your brilliant ideas! So far Paper53 has been my favorite and the best aspect of Paper53 is that it allows you to save each page in a Workspace so that you can essentially start an archive of your pages (like a digital journal!). Here’s a short video to demonstrate using The Daily Page for iPad Pro within the Paper53 app.

Update: I have since created The Daily Page Digital Planner for Goodnotes. This interactive planner allows you to simply click between months and The Daily Page layout for each date. Head over to Etsy to check out this new, best-selling design. Or head over to my tutorial, How to Use the Daily Page Digital Planner, to see some video tutorials of the new planner.

The Daily Page for iPad Pro

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  1. Chell says:

    I love this app! Wish it was available for Android users.

  2. Mar says:

    If you are using Paper53 and a jpg file, is there some reason you have to use this on an iPad Pro? What’s different and why can’t one use the same template on a regular iPad with Paper53 and a Pencil?

  3. Amy says:

    Does this work on the standard iPad Air?

    • Jill says:

      Paper53 and the other apps she listed will work on a regular iPad. However, Apple Pencil is exclusive to iPad Pro. Paper53 makes their own Bluetooth pencil that you can try.

  4. Donna McGahee says:

    Please let me know other digital planner pages you have for sale for IPad Pro. I’m trying to keep my planner by day to do list and project status for clients. I’m a small company without an IT specialist.

    I have food safety checklist that I want in digital format so production managers can check off list via IPAD Pro.

  5. Tricia James says:

    When they invent digital washi I won’t be able to resist

  6. Molly rice says:

    Hey Dani!
    So I’m attempting to use your Daily Page with Paper 53 and don’t understand how to integrate into the app. Could you please explain?

    Thank you!
    Molly Rice

  7. Remone says:

    Hey I just purchased this template and I am having trouble getting it on my paper 53 app could you give instructions

  8. Leanne says:

    I’m starting to do the same thing using oneNote, but I like the idea of using paper53, they have more tools to use with the pencil! Thanks for the idea. Going to download paper 53 right now!

  9. Joan says:

    Thank you for sharing. Is there a daily page for us IPad Mini users?

    • Danielle Bruflodt says:

      The design should work on all ipads or any tablet. The best experience is on a tablet that lets you use a stylus/pencil. Enjoy!

  10. Missy says:


    I just purchase a iPad Pro and would love to have the digital daily planner:

    Please contact me and let me know how I it works and how to buy.


  11. Stephanie Richards says:

    I just purchased my iPad Pro and have been trying to learn how to download/incorporate daily pages onto my pro. I am not understanding the steps at all. I have actually just purchased the daily pages suite, but I’m unsure even that was what I should have done. I’ve also gotten the paper 53 app ready to go. Please give some instructions or redirect me to where I need to learn.

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