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.
The size of your iPad pro really doesn’t change the capabilities of your device. Both sizes exactly the same. Size mostly adds comfort when split viewing your apps.
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.
Notability is a great note taking app for IOS and MacOS users. Very few apps can compare. However, the limited page customisation cripples the app. So much that others look to alternatives for their daily note taking needs.
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 »