5 Best Apps for Taking Notes

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You see a lot of students willing to purchase from those who sell iPad because they have seen the
importance of having their own tablet PC. This is especially true for college students who do not want to
be burdened by having to carry so many books and notebooks for their classes. It’s also true for basically
everyone who needs a dependable device to take notes and important reminders; from office workers
who need to attend some important seminars or conferences to housewives who want to be reminded
of their chores and take note of tidbits likerecipes or inspirational passages.

So, for those who love to take notes, here are five beautiful iPad apps for you:

Evernote (Free)




This is considered the golden standard, one of the best, if not the best note taking apps in the AppStore.
You would have to shell out $45 a year for the premium subscription though. It is an outstanding note
taking app that lets you take text notes, audio recordings, photos, and web clips and organize them
neatly into notebooks for your file. The beauty of this app is that you can sync your notes across all
platforms from the desktop to your iPad and iPhone.

Notability ($0.99)
This is a full-featured note-taking app. It supports text, audio recordings and images. It has a sketchpad
that lets you draw images and import web clips and images. It also features a lot of options for fonts,
sizes, and colors. It also supports formatting presets like bullet points, indents and numbers, among
others.

Note Taker HD ($4.99)




This app is flexible in terms of formatting being offered. It has a lot of options for fonts. It also has the
ability to import PDFs and insert photos, including the option to crop them. It can also support finger-
drawing input, so you do not really need a stylus to take note of anything using this app.

Penultimate ($0.99)




This is a flexible and friendly note-taking app. If you love drawing doodles in your notebook, this app
will be your best option. You can share your sketch directly via email without having to exit from the
app. Architects and engineers will surely appreciate this app and wouldn’t mind getting cash for iPads
so that they can enjoy this app on the latest iPad model. It is best used when you have a stylus designed
for the iPad.
Simple Note (Free)




This a free app that is simple and easy to use. It lets you take down notes and organize everything
through tags. You can easily search through the notes via content and tags. The strength of this app is
its simplicity, so users who want to enjoy a note taking app that doesn’t have too many complications,
this app is for you.



For those who still do not have iPads, what are you waiting for? Go now the nearest vendors that sell
iPad and get yourself one. Don’t wait too long before you can enjoy these helpful note taking apps.

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Description: You see a lot of students willing to purchase from those who sell iPad because they have seen the importance of having their own tablet PC. This is especially true for college students who do not want to be burdened by having to carry so many books and notebooks for their classes.