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John Evans

5 Tips For Making The Most Out Of The Notes App [iOS] - 1 views

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    "In any application round-up - mobile or otherwise - about work, education or GTD, you'll see the most advanced conglomeration of note-taking applications. Often, the applications already present on the operating system are ignored. Likely, this is because these applications generally don't amount to much. However, on Apple products, they do. The Notes application that was already available on iOS systems like the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad, can these days also be found as an integral part of the Mac OS X operating system."
John Evans

Don't Miss These Awesome Note Taking Apps for iPad - 16 views

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    "The list below has been carefully assembled and we did not include those popular apps such as Evernote and Dropbox because they are taken for granted and also because we have reviewed them several times here in Educational Technology and Mobile Learning ."
John Evans

Around the Corner-MGuhlin.org: Taking Notes on Your #iPad - Handwriting Recognition - 4 views

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    "You've read of those that say, "Yeah man, I don't carry a keyboard with my iPad. That's not what a tablet is for man. Go use a laptop or something if you want retro keyboard input!" Perhaps that's a bit of a exaggeration. As much as I love my keyboard, being able to switch from handwriting to text on an iPad would be pretty neat. I hadn't given it much thought until a friend called me up and asked if it was do-able.
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John Evans

Organize Your Notes with Remarks from Readdle - iPad Review | PadGadget - 1 views

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    "Remarks focuses on one thing: Taking notes and making them useful. It's pretty simple, really. Use this app to take down notes anywhere-you can use the standard text keyboard or use your finger or a stylus to write out notes in your own handwriting."
John Evans

Evernote: Best app to take and organize notes on your iPad | The iPaddict - 11 views

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    "Taking notes on the iPad is a great way to save on the amount of physical paper you have floating around and a much easier way to stay organized. There's so many note taking apps in the App Store that choosing one can be a bigger task than anything. Syncing notes across all your devices and organizing them has never been easier when you use Evernote for iPad. If you prefer typing out your notes instead of using a handwritten notes app, Evernote is the best choice."
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