Most people expect me to tell them what application to buy. Truth is; I DON’T KNOW. Here’s why: –
During a typical study session, I have Safari opened on the left quarter of my iPad screen and LiquidText on the right. I like … More Paperless Student: How I Study in LiquidText »
My Classroom Desk Setup I’ve been having this subject for a week now, so I know exactly what to bring for my classes. I … More Paperless Student: My Typical Class Workflow »
I use the first-generation iPad Pro 12.9-inch, 128GB, wifi model. I’ve always preferred the A4 paper size for my note-taking. It only made sense … More Why I Chose My iPad Pro Version »
All my notes (for all my subjects) are stored on one device. All my textbooks too. I don’t misplace any pieces of paper any more. Not to mention how clean my room and study area has become.
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.
You can do this using a free app called MediBang Paint. It’s more complicated than Procreate though. Not everyone is born with artistic prowess. … More Tracing Diagrams In Procreate on the iPad »