Best Note-Taking Apps for the iPad

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Pencils down. And pens. As more and more business users adopt tablets and schools hand out iPads to students--all 655,000 kids in the Los Angeles Unified School District are getting one--finding the best app to jot down notes is becoming paramount. Not only should a note-taking app be able to jot down your writing, but it should also offer a variety of pen styles, writing modes, and the ability to share those notes with others. The best options can even record audio, in case you doze off during your teacher’s lecture. We tested four top note-taking apps to find out which is the best choice.

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  • Andrew Says:

    I used to take notes on evernote. Very good app.
    Then I discovered Beesy on the Evernote appcenter. Actually it is not just a note taking app but more of a business app, the kind of app for increasing your productivity, managing projects/teams/contacts/etc.. and also note taking and meeting minutes writing. It’s an all-in-one app I use everytime at work or at home since I got it.
    It might be interesting for those who want to go further simple note taking.
    Here is their website:

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