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    Quote Originally Posted by ahoni2118
    I wanted to know if anyone knew if there is an app that can convert handwriting to text (like what tablet pc's can do) so that you can save as a word document or something

    Thanks!!
    "writepad" found in the app. Store does a pretty good job.

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    Thank you for all of the feedback

    Thank you to everyone providing feedback on note taking apps. A quick update on Notability:

    Ginger Labs continues to update Notability with the most-requested features.

    Notability 2.06 is a big update and includes these new features:

    - RTF and RTFD file types to edit notes on a computer.
    - iDisk and WebDAV backup and sharing services.
    - Batch upload of all file types to online services and iTunes, as well as batch printing.

    Here is a link for more information. Please do not hesitate to contact us with thoughts and suggestions. Notability for iPad on the iTunes App Store

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    I own and like Notability, but I also really like Chapters and Penultimate. There's actually a lot of good apps for note taking. Including, the sleeper of them all (in my opinion) - the simple mobile version of UberNote. I have tried EverNote and Springpad, but for simple usability and simplicity (and its outliner format), UberNote is a killer. The mobile version is full of features and is fast - or faster - than most note taking apps.

    Oh, and I had to add: it's free.
    Last edited by writerranger; 03-01-2011 at 02:42 PM.

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    Is Notibility and Ubernote only available through the iPad app-store? I tried to find it on my iPhone w/o any luck. ;-(

    Evernote is good so far and Onenote won't open. Looking for the one that clicks for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iPadOhana View Post
    Is Notibility and Ubernote only available through the iPad app-store? I tried to find it on my iPhone w/o any luck. ;-(

    Evernote is good so far and Onenote won't open. Looking for the one that clicks for me.

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    Notability is for iPad only. UberNote is a website. The mobile version is as fast, or faster, than many apps. Check out this page on their "tour"...it gives you a good idea. https://www.ubernote.com/webnote/pages/blogdemo.aspx

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    Thank you writeranger. I appreciate the quick reply and post. I can't wait to try them. Pentultimate looks nice but I can't read my writing so that would not be helpful at all unless it can convert my chicken scratch to a readable format?

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    Note taker. you can write big and and it shrinks it down. very cool.

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    Anyone have a favorite "pen" for iPad to go along with these note taking apps? I heard griffin or something like that was good.

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    Oh man, you need a stylus for these apps?? ;-(

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    No, sorry ... I shouldn't have posted here i guess. You do not need one. I just want one for better control for sketches/notes.


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