external image Note_Taker_HD_iPad_App1.pngNote Taker HD

Publisher:


Category:

productivity

Devices:

ipad

Cost:

$4.99

Link to iTunes:

´╗┐http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/note-taker-hd/id366572045?mt=8#

Courses:

physics, gov't, other classes

Ideas for Application:

use it for taking notes

Summary:

Note Taker HD is a powerful app for writing and organizing handwritten notes, diagrams, etc., on the iPad. It can shrink your writing so you can easily fit a lot of text on a page. You can read the reduced-size "ink" as if you had written those letters with a very fine pen. It gives you solid functionality and control to produce the pages you need.

Pages are flexibly organized by tags, date/time last modified, favorites, and more, with a scrolling list of thumbnail images of part of each page to help you find them later. Pages may be grouped together as multiple "sheets". You can email one or more pages as a single PDF file, "Open In" other apps like Evernote, or, if your iPad supports it, print.

Note Taker HD lets you create pages by writing on the screen with your finger or an iPad-compatible stylus. You can either write directly on the page for large drawings, or have the "ink" you write shrunk down. You can write in large letters on the screen rather than trying to make tiny motions like a pencil. You just keep writing and Note Taker HD automatically adds new writing next to the old. To quickly correct mistakes, it has multi-level undo and redo buttons as well as an eraser -- just drag your finger over the page to erase the "ink" under it.

Strengths:

good note taking ability with a finger or stylus

Weaknesses:

cant record voice

Helpful Tips:

stylus is cool

Additional Comments:

When comparing this to other notetaking apps like auditorium and notes plus I'd say i like this one more. With its new update you can type text and that gives it what it was missing. I like it more than auditorium because in auditorium you cannot write and in notes plus I don't like the feel of how the handwriting works.

Bottom line:

Good for notetaking, i like it

Reviewer:

Adam Parvanehgohar