Best app I have yet to use is hands down, Notability. It has the best organization and mimics much of OneNote. They also have amazing customer service and reply within a couple of hours.
They emailed me telling they are working on designing the ability to create subcategories inside the different subjects you have created. Once this happens, I will be thrilled and will have a OneNote replacement.
It also has a very easy method to export files as .PDFs to DropBox and other alike sharing services. This is now the only note taking app I use in class. I'd honestly be willing to pay $20 for this app, it definitely is underpriced and is a necessity for all students who use their iPad for notes.
You guys may want to try Appstart, it is, or was yesterday, available on the AppStore for free and has loads of app lists, including for students as well as lots of nifty tips and tricks.
Thanks, I downloaded this just now and played a bit. Pretty nice, transferred some of my notes from Apples Notes app. Was only 99¢. Well worth it for that price.
Originally Posted by Premium1337
No suggestions from med students....
Here is some:
1) medscape - for drugs, procedures, conditions etc - all in one referance
2) micromedex drug information - more complete drug info
3) soundbuilder - pretty basic but helps you understand heart sounds
4) iAnnotate with PDF version of USMLE first aid - will help youn find answers when doing U-Wolrd questione