MarginNote 3 still has quite some work to do before it can completely replace Anki. But it’s definitely headed in the right direction!
ZoomNotes is great, with a lot of features. However, it requires time to learn. Which might not be a fruitful way to spend your time when you have assignments to do or meetings to attend.
I avoided reviewing this app for a very long time. Can’t blame me though. ZoomNotes is THE MOST COMPLICATED NOTE TAKING APP EVER CREATED! They have an 87-paged manual to prove it!
I have had an unhealthy relationship with Apple for a while now. The iPad pro 2018 is a massive waste of money in my opinion. It’s made me consider other brands for going paperless. A project that’s taking me very long to start. But when Apple turns around and pulls out an IOS update like this one; I just go running back into their open arms and forgive their sins.
Naturally, after I got over my confusion on what iOS I was running on my iPad the first thing I tried out was DARK MODE. I was already attempting to have dark mode on my iPad pro, long before I upgraded to the public beta iPadOS 13.
The Installation We don’t recommend downloading this beta unless you don’t mind your iPad malfunctioning until September. Backup your iPad before installing this Public … More iPadOS 13: Installation & First Impressions »
I have felt (since the first generation iPad pro) that IOS was limiting the pro series’ full potential. I am surprised it took Apple this long to do this. Anyway, hopefully now we can finally get to see just how powerful the iPad pros are.
2018 Version 8.0: 22 May 2018 OCR Notability added handwriting recognition capabilities. OCR in Notability is as accurate as the one in Nebo (the leading handwriting recognition note-taking … More Notability Updates Archive »
Note-taking on the iPad has evolved dramatically since the invention of the Apple Pencil. Here are the apps that will give you the best note-taking experience on your iPad.
Most people expect me to tell them what application to buy. Truth is; I DON’T KNOW. Here’s why: –
OCR (Optical character Recognition) is a technology that allows computers to recognise printed and handwritten text characters.
You can take a photo or scan a document and convert it to text.