Best note taking app for iPad
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With elegant ...
To-do (Today&Tomorrow) is a simple and practical task manager. It allows you to add your intraday schedule and that of the following day.
With elegant design and great features such as easy-to-use interface, customizable theme color/fonts, desktop icon countdown, and user password protection, To-do will surely be your irreplaceable personal assistant!
03-20-2012 12:45 AM
I'm a long time user of Evernote, and have abandoned the TabletPC about a year ago. I've tried many solution, including Livescribe, Evernote, etc.
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Just to jump into this thread, I'm in the same boat--a college student who needs a good PDF/ppt annotation program. Given that both Note Taker HD and iAnnotate have been updated a fair amount since most of these posts went up, which of the two would you prefer?
have a look at Beesy on the AppStore.
really nice business oriented note taking app that automatically generates ToDo from your notes.
From there you can easiliy follow-up on them, per type of task, per project or person.
some learning curve to get the most of it but one of the best business app i've been using in a long time
May i ask, Why have you left tablets one year back. This is the tablet forum.
Originally Posted by jenifferhomes
Any consensus on which of these is the best? iAnnotate NoteTaker & GoodReader ?
Originally Posted by rajagopalanator
For handwritten annotations Good Reader is better. The magnifying window can be moved around at will, whereas the one in iAnnotate cannot---once you have decided where you "think" you wanted it to be and clicked at that spot. Also, the sheer number of tools and options and lack of a decent instruction manual make iAnnotate pretty hard to use.
iAnnote is better from another point of view, though: scrolling large files is much faster, and you can do so continuously---which is nice if you want to annotate near the bottom of a page.
I have found neu.annote is better than either of the aforementioned two for handwritten annotation, but it is practically unusable for large files as it crashes on them.
I am a bit late with this reply, probably, but Penultimate can, indeed, change the paper style page by page (i.e. one page graph, next lined, etc.) It also has a lot of downloadable paper designs.
My vote goes to Evernote.
You all realize that this is a never ending post. New apps come out every few weeks. I've tried everything posted for the last six months and I always come back to good reader for my needs cloud access, PDF reading and PDF updates. It reads everything and works with everything.
Today I tried this new app paper by 53 for drawing it is absolutely Beautiful! -See picture- with very nice ink.
So there are a few ways to cut his topic.
2. Note/reference work.
3. Quick doodler To-do notes
Funny thing is that I've come full circle using Notes+, DosAS, CloudOn, Penultimate, Bambo and others. And now I am back to just the default built-in notes because with iCloud my notes are automatically added to my desktop, iPad and iPhone. Then for school and work Goodreader does the job.
so maybe this thread needs to be broken into Drawing vs Work Type notes because I don't think there will ever be a perfect one does it all quickly and effortously.
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