This is a discussion on Best note taking app on iPad? Notes? within the Productivity Apps Forum forums, part of the iPad App Store category; Originally Posted by swharr No, sorry ... I shouldn't have posted here i guess. You do not need one. I just want one for better ...
You said the notes applications records voice? You mean Notes application that comes with the iPad? Hw can i record voice within that app?Originally Posted by nateccnn
Oh, just to add, dont try to save money on the stylus. I learned that recently. I bought a cheap-o 3 pack stylus for 10 dollars and it wasnt gliding on the screen and you have to press really hard. It was really bad, I thought they were all like that and gave up
But recently saw a review on the boxwave stylus, boy what a difference. Expensive, but glides so much better and feels like writing, when combined with a handwriting app like Penultimate or note taker HD
I've broken down and downloaded Noteshelf. Great note taking app. I'd say that if you need to type any notes, because, like mine, your handwriting is horrible, then Notes Plus is still the best choice. Penultimate is still fast and flexible for my one or two word scrawls. I'm certain that others get far more intensive use out of it. It wouldn't still be on the bestseller list if it didn't serve. The price is right. Noteshelf is Penultimate on steroids. If either of them took text from a keyboard... that would be a steel cage match.
Last edited by SweetPoison; 09-24-2011 at 02:30 PM.
I've been developing LooseLeaf, a note-taking app that helps you write and automatically categorize what you write as a note, task, question, or idea. You can then sort to see only your tasks, or questions, or notes, or ideas. The app will sync with Google Drive, and eventually allow you to automatically turn your handwritten notes into a Google Doc.
The app is still in beta, but I would love your feedback. You can sign up at LooseLeaf - Write and sort your notes, tasks, and questions[/url]
Last edited by skimonkey; 08-28-2012 at 11:21 PM.
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