We’ve mostly covered complex note-taking apps with a lot of features, but what if you just want to write on your iPad? Whink is … More Whink »
ZoomNotes is an exceptional note-taking app. It is complex and requires a lot of time to learn but once you’ve understood it, it is an amazing app!
OneNote is worth trying out before buying an app for taking notes on your iPad.
CONS Uses raster ink Limited text formatting No handwriting conversion Poor exporting options No distinct page sizes Poor exporting options Text & handwriting … More Apple Notes »
Noteshelf is a great note-taking and planning app for your iPad/iPhone and Mac. This review goes through everything you need to know about if you want to purchase Noteshelf.
Google Keep is a simple, minimalist note-taking and planning app by Google. It is definitely worth giving a try and here is why.
Best audio recording tool (audio synced to notes). Takes up little storage on your iPad. Best interactive checklists option Web clips Math conversion OCR … More Notability »
PROS Massive collection of page templates Add custom page templates to app’s library Supports multiple tabs CONS Unstable, can have a lot of bugs … More GoodNotes »
9/10 Agenda is a date-based, styled-text note-taking application. It incorporates note-taking and planning in one app. If you want to track your notes, this … More Agenda For The iPad »
Nebo is an app that learns your handwriting. The more you use it, the better the conversion because of its AI technology. For handwriting recognition and conversion: no application does better than Nebo.
Procreate is a drawing app. It has everything! Every inking or drawing tool you can possibly think of. That is one of the things I love about the app. In this app, with some level of determination, anyone can get the perfect pen they need to create amazing notes.