Whink is an iOS app that is equally at home taking notes via handwriting, as it is with text. Whether you prefer to write with a stylus, type text, or draw with a finger, Whink makes the process as simple as using real paper.
Documents can also be marked up, and it supports multi-tasking so notes can be taken while reading another document we have witnessed folks walking around with two tablets to accomplish this feat when it is not supported. There's the ability to type notes, of course, as well as make lists, but you can also use it for sketching as well as adding images. There are also additional features, not least for annotating other files, such as PDF files, as well as files from Excel, Keynote, and Numbers.
A drag-and-drop function allows images from other apps to be copied into your notes, regardless of the file format used. This is a fairly simple spread for the sake of legibility, but these boards can be huge.
Normally, though, using index cards feels like slaughtering a forest just for the sheer thrill of it. This app mimics the act of spreading a bunch of index cards on a table and arranging them as needed, and no other corkboard, mind-map, or storyboard app "gets it" quite like this. Just tap anywhere on the gray background and a new card will pop up, and you can write notes on it with either the Apple Pencil or a keyboard.
You can rearrange the cards singly with the Pencil or your finger, or you can group them together and have the app itself align them more neatly.
As a drawback, sometimes the app will crash when too many cards litter the screen although the iCloud-syncing feature ensures that I've never lost a project , Even so, it's a fantastic way to outline articles, and I frankly wish it was on the Mac as well.
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You can now sign in to Penultimate using your Evernote Business credentials. Your drawings will then be synced with your Evernote account. A pioneer among handwriting apps for iPad, Penultimate has only improved since its debut.
It has all the standard note-taking features you want, including a variety of layouts and the ability to search your handwritten notes with optical character recognition. If you already use Evernote, then you can seamlessly add Penultimate to your workflow.
Once you sign into the app with your Evernote account, all your notes will automatically sync to the Evernote notebook of your choice. But did you know that the OneNote iPad app allows you to take handwritten notes? While you can search PDF text, any notes you write by hand are not capable of being searched. For one, it supports a built-in browser for quickly and easily looking up facts and statistics. Additionally, it supports the ability to covert handwritten notes to text.
This means that any handwritten notes are also searchable and later annotatable, unlike with Notability. In terms of pure writing experience, Noteshelf offers one of the smoothest experiences of any of these apps. It syncs everything through Microsoft's cloud. No one wants to end your meeting scrawl. Everyone will want your meeting notes that look like you took notes and then typed them up for distribution!