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thinkkit-chartsFiftyThree today added a new set of productivity tools to its Paper app that are targeted toward education and enterprise customers.

The company, which employs 28 in Seattle and another 42 in New York City, updated its app with “Think Kit,” which will allow users to quickly create charts, diagrams, graphs, flows, wireframes, and more.

While the original Paper app — the former “App of the Year” — was geared toward artists and illustrators, “Think Kit” is more about “mobile whiteboarding at the speed of thought,” as FiftyThree puts it.

“Think of it as an auto-correct for drawing,” FiftyThree CEO Georg Petschnigg told GeekWire in March.

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FiftyThree first offered up details about “Think Kit” when it announced a $30 million funding round in March. The company, founded by several veterans of Microsoft, has raised $45 million to date.

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