You may try Sketch Pad 3: unlimited canvas size, zoom in and out, etc..... It's free app with ad.
Sketch Pad 3 - Unlimited Canvas - for iPad for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad on the iTunes App Store
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well the main reason i joined the forum was to find a good not taking app. i have seen and read a lot about different apps. right now i use documents to go. i like documents to go because it is able to sync with online accounts such as google docs and dropbox. i also like that i can automatically sync complete folders from my computer to the ipad.
after reading this, i see that people like note plus. i am going to download note plus and i am also going to look into Student pad app.
anybody have suggestions ?
I'm using and recommending Beleshka.
There is also a lite version on app store.
With shape recognition and stylus support it gives you full speed when you take notes on some lectures..
Notes can be exported to PDF and uploaded on Dropbox or sent by mail any time..
i've started using Bamboo for my notes these days. the most simple note taker around, but unbeatable drawing/writing action.
Don't be scared of the Evernote limit as it's monthly.
I use it all the time and rarely use half my allowance.
Notes need very little storage and if you use the tagging system it becomes very easy to find stuff. Best of all it's free......
Good luck with your studies.
I really enjoy using Scribable (scribableapp.com). It let's you write continuous notes on your iPad.
I would recommend you check Notability. It's super cheap and it syncs with Dropbox and other cloud services. Also exports to PDF, etc. I found good feedback from students on their FB page. :-)
Check out Circus Ponies Notebook. Rather pricey, but well worth it.
I know this post is old, but I've bought around five or six of the big named ones, including most of the ones mentioned here.
Noteshelf was my favorite, but it was replaced by remarks after remarks recently updated their writing engine...it's now the best I've experienced writing wise.
I have both the bamboo stylus and Targus executive. I prefer the bamboo one, it's weight is nice and so is the balance, but the Targus is a nice all in one alternative..
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I really like "Chapters - Notebooks for writing"
It's more diary-ish but it has built-in dropbox sync which can be handy when you've accumulated many notes: