I have written a lot about writing on your iPad. In fact I have said that for the new iPad user picking up a stylus and writing is the first way to get more efficient with your tablet. But, who really likes their hand-writing? Do you really want to interpret it later, after you have archived your notes in Evernote?
However, for now, the new Apple pencil can be used with the new iPad Pro only, but it offers many qualifiable differences in good ways compared to third-party styluses which have been sold previously. This new innovation has redefined the whole definition of taking notes because writing with an Apple pencil on an iPad is almost as easy as writing on actual paper.
However, the main purpose of this article is to introduce you people to some cool and efficient IOS applications you can use for taking notes. In this app, you can create notes for class-wise or subject-wise and you can create individual pages in the same notebook with different page styles.
Additionally, you can also insert images and charts which are very useful feature. The best part about this app is that it indexes your notes so that you can quickly search them.
Even if you have an awful handwriting, it will still correctly index your notes and allow you to search through them when you need to. Notability Notability is very similar to GoodNotes on the surface, but Notability app feels slightly more polished and bit easier to use than the GoodNotes.
Notability indeed offers many of the same features as other handwriting to text app including pressure sensitivity detection, palm-rejection and ability to add charts, images, and web pages. Of course, you can search PDF text in the app, but any notes written by hand are not able to search.
Penultimate Penultimate, made by Evernote, is a more advanced handwriting app.
It has a unique distraction-free interface that makes it very easy to take down notes. The app is optimized for the new iPad Pro that supports pressure sensitivity, so you can press harder for thicker lettering and lighter for faint writing.
Moreover, the Penultimate allows you to analyze your handwritten notes as well as it allows you to search handwritten text in the app.
This page was last edited on August 29th,at Notes Plus (iPhone + iPad): With the help of Notes Plus app, you can convert handwriting to text with the support of Apple Pencil and iPad Pro.
Notes Plus app has lots of powerful and unique features such as type text, background audio recording, supports more than 50 languages, automatic shape detection, inserting images from photos or. Some Thoughts on the Apple Pencil Apr 1, Dec 1, I got a ″ iPad Pro yesterday; I hadn’t planned to upgrade, but it turned out that it was useful to hand down my iPad Air 2 to my partner, whose iPad 3 is showing signs of age.
Apple's Notes app is a great starting point for handwriting on the iPad Pro. The default drawing tool is a pen, and you get a horizontal sheet of paper to draw on. My Favorite iOS Apps for Taking Notes with iPad Pro and Apple Pencil Enter the iPad Pro and the Apple Pencil. It includes the usual handwriting tools, including pen, highlighter, eraser, and lasso tool.
It also provides dozens of paper styles. You can send documents to your printer, an email message, iTunes, Evernote, or Dropbox. With an Apple Pencil on the iPad Pro, it’s even possible to write with pressure and thickness and even greater accuracy.
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