So many people seem to have iPads these days, I thought I would cover some of the apps that I find most useful.
In this post, I list notetaking apps. But I also maintain a much bigger list of business, news, task management, web browser and fun apps. Check back there please for regular updates.
I realise that ‘useful’ is personal and my favourites might not be yours, so do please let me know in the comments about any other apps you love.
|Note Taker HD (£2.99)||Note Taker HD allows you to write and organise handwritten notes and charts. Many excellent features.|
|Noteshelf (£3.99)||Noteshelf allows you to take typed or handwritten notes, organise them into notebooks and upload them to Dropbox and Evernote and social media sites. Many excellent features.|
|iThoughtsHD (£6.99)||iThoughts is an incredibly robust and intuitive mindmapping tool.|
|CloudOn (free)||CloudOn allows you to view and edit Microsoft documents (stored in your Dropbox account) directly on your iPad.|
|Evernote (free)||A simple but robust notetaking (typed and voice) app which syncs to your online Evernote account.|
|PlainText (free)||PlainText is a simple plain-text editor with the ability to create and organise folders and to sync with Dropbox.|
Again, please make sure to check out the complete list of apps I recommend.
Also: I highly recommend this really good site for iPad app reviews.