"Noteshelf is great! It has eliminated my need for paper notebooks" - Founder & CEO of SoftbankNoteshelf let’s anyone take effective and organized notes straight from their iPad. Download this writing utility today and begin taking…..
Rated 5/5 based on 3 customer reviews.
I have tried a number of handwriting apps and this one is by far the best. It is very easy to write with finger; the print is terrific; editing, erasing, saving, deleting, organizing, and emailing functions are fast and easy; and the bookshelf for notes is smart and incredibly convenient. It is also nice to be able to save to Drop Box. The best thing about the app is that it is intuitive, clear, clean, and functional. You don't fool around with nonsense - you just quickly use it and move on. Really well done.
Does what it is designed for very well.
Not a lot of bells and whistles, does what it is designed for, take notes, within notebooks. You can zoom the page to write, works well, most likely would work for most people, but, I need a stylus, my handwriting is bad, using my finger doesn't make it better. I use a fountain pen with regular paper to help my handwriting, yes, a fountain pen improves your handwriting. I use mostly the Cornell note paper, glad this was included. I have been, snapping images on the iPad, PDFs of game board rules, sending them into Photos, importing the photo image into app, rotating the image, locking it down, then marking up the image, writing up text, to help explain rules to friends via of emailing. You can export to dropbox, save to photos on the iPad or email. Importing, my guess is a tougher item to deal with as the format of the file might be an issue, so not an option. As I say, been using Email and photos with the app , this has worked well for me.
The best, no bull.
Joe Kohlmann write:
I've tried a whole mess of notebook applications for iPad. Noteshelf has the smoothest inking, a great set of different paper backgrounds, and a pleasant, well-designed user interface. This app kills it—after filling two notebooks with 70+ pages each, not to mention countless doodles, let me say this: Noteshelf is the one you're looking for.
Also, I highly recommend a Targus or Griffin-style capacitative stylus with a rubberized end to it. Your mileage may vary, but I've had a great time with my Targus stylus and Noteshelf.
Finally, the wrist protection admittedly doesn't do much if you're a lefty, but it's reasonably easy to work around.
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