iPad Pro 9.7" :: GoodNotes

by Volker Weber

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Last week I told you about two new apps I had installed on the iPad Pro. GoodNotes was the easier one to get into. It works best with two use cases:

This feels like real pen and paper. You can select both the cover and the paper stationary. In the end you are holding an expensive machine that basically does the same thing as a cheap paper notepaper. The good news is that it never runs out of ink or paper.

GoodNotes works with files and folders. It supports all major cloud storages: Box, Dropbox, Google, iCloud, OneDrive. If you don't want to scribble giant notes like I do, you can also use a screen loupe. You can enter really tiny text this way. And since scribbles are vector graphics, you can zoom in as far as you want.

Well worth the 8 €.

Comments

Usually think twice before spending €8 on an app but after the reccomendation I gave it a try ... and I really like it after working with it some time. Thanks!

Harald Gärttner, 2016-04-26

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