Mighty Notes - Powerful Note-Taking App for iPad

milkcowbluesStu

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Mighty Notes turns your iPad into a powerful yet intuitively easy to use note-taking device. You can combine smooth handwriting with fast keyboard typing, import pictures and PDF files to annotate on, and export your notes to other apps or Dropbox. A built-in pasteboard that holds multiple drawn objects and text clips makes it a snap to reuse your work and improve productivity. Plus tons of other powerful features, all packaged into a clean and friendly interface.

Note-taking
* Smooth handwriting with customizable width and color
* Keyboard typing with customizable font and color
* Zoom view to easily write small fonts with perfect details
* Pasteboard holds up to 50 drawn objects and text clips to be quickly reused. Items are persistent even after you exit the app.
* Everything can be repositioned and resized
* Palm guard to rest your wrist against when writing
* Record up to 30 minutes of audio for each note
* Unlimited undo and redo for every action
* Unlimited pages for each note
* More than 20 backgrounds to choose from
* Configurable auto-saving

Import/Export
* Import pictures and PDF files from your iPad album or the Mighty Notes document folder
* Open pictures and PDF files directly from other apps
* Export notes as PNG, JPEG or PDF to the Mighty Notes document folder or to other apps
* Sync the Mighty Notes document folder with Dropbox
* Email notes as PNG, JPEG or PDF
* Print notes

Organization
* Use tags to organize notes into logical groups
* Sort notes by name, date or tags
* Search notes by name and description

Available on the App Store http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/mighty-notes/id477779556?ls=1&mt=8
 

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hitekalex

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iOS Note-Taking apps is already a VERY over-crowded market.. Many top notch well-established apps out there - Noteshelf HD, Notability, etc.

Best of luck to you though.
 

palpatine

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looks interesting. i'm still on the lookoutfor an uber notetaiking app. so far, i have found it best to use several apps, each according to their strengths. i'll give this a try!

by the way:
because classes, lectures, meetings, etc. usally last longer than thirty minutes, you might want to consider doubling the recording time for each note.
 

milkcowbluesStu

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palpatine - thanks for the tip about recording time, which makes a lot of sense. I'll add that to my to-do list.

hitekalex - thanks for the good wishes :)
 

Onemorerun

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Recently, in a moment of weakness, I wrote a slight rant about note taking apps on the iPad.

So, I was happy to try out your app. I like the idea of the functions focused on in this app. For example the copy and paste of writing works well. I also applaud allowing typed text. Not that I type, but I like to copy text from webpages into my notes.

That being said, and on the IPAD 1, the writing was choppy. Also, when I pasted text from a webpage into a note and tried to resize it was choppy also. In general the functions seemed to be running slow on the Ipad 1.

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Also, I personally wouldn't focus on PDF rendering and annotating too much. With multitasking I personally like my note taking app and PDF reader seperate.

I would focus just on the core of what you think a note taking app should be. Look at Penultimate, it does almost nothing, but it is very popular.
 

milkcowbluesStu

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Onemorerun, thanks for the feedback! We did a lot of performance optimization and it worked relatively well on our testing iPad1. Hmm... maybe there's more room for improvement. May I suggest that you try rebooting your iPad or close down a few apps to see if that helps out. Meanwhile I'll look for more ways to optimize performance.

If you don't mind, would you give me a link to your aforementioned "slight rant"? I may learn a thing or two. :)
 

milkcowbluesStu

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Interesting read, Onemorerun. I agree that good ink should be #1. Tried your recommendations and they are pretty impressive in this department. I think I've figured out a way to apply some of that goodness to Mighty Notes. Will work toward an ink engine overhaul in the next major update.

The other thing I don't have in your core function list - reorder pages. Good point. I've added it to my to-do list.
 

milkcowbluesStu

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Mighty Notes 2.0 is out! Based on customer feedback, we completely revamped the hand-writing engine, resulting in a much smoother and more satisfying writing experience!

We now also offer a free lite version for people to try out the app. The lite version is fully featured, with a limit of creating 10 notes.
 

milkcowbluesStu

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In Mighty Notes V2.1:

- Enhanced pasteboard management functions: delete individual items, re-order, clear all
- Increased maximum recording time to 2 hours
 

chilady1

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Just curious - will this app work on both the iPad and Mac? I require a note taking app on both devices with the ability to sync between the two. I typically have my iPad in meetings but also use my MBP for other items. Just curious and thanks for the answer. Looks promising.
 

milkcowbluesStu

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chilady1, sorry but it's iPad only for now. We may consider a Mac version if there's enough interest.
 

milkcowbluesStu

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In V2.3:

- Insert new image from the camera
- User setting to disable scaling/cropping before inserting image
- Export notes as images to the Camera Roll
- Retina update for PDF import/export quality

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The full version is having a limited time sale - price drop from US$2.99 to $1.99 only! Get it while it lasts!!
 

wadjj

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Considering notability's price, If you can't somehow outperforms it with killing features or outstanding ui, I don't think a lot of people would consider a more expensive app.
 
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