There have been many requests for note-taking apps recently, including requests for recommendations. Annotation and note-taking tools make up large chunk or app matrix library and this week, we’re happy to share with you one of our favourites, NoteAbility. It’s one of the more full-featured note-taking apps that we have in our database.
Some of the features include the ability to:
- Take notes via handwriting, sketching and typing
- Record audio with start/stop function and attach a virtual sticky note to each audio segment (great for lectures)
- Annotate existing PDF’s and photos
- Save your files to iCloud, Dropbox or Google Drive (allowing 24/7 access on any connected device; picking up where you left off)
Please give this app a try and let us know what you think by writing a review and/or providing a rating. If you already use the app and would like to share ideas, comments, and/or questions, you can do so by replying to this post.