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Discussion in 'iPad' started by ahdickter, Mar 25, 2012.
Which do you prefer? Notability or Penultimate as your note-taking app.
I got both and I don't like either. I prefer Noteshelf.
Right Now, Notability for the zoom feature is edging Penultimate. I have penultimate because it has music paper, if/when they make it actually able to write music on the paper through a zoom feature, I might change my mind!
I also have both, I prefer Notability over Penultimate. My favorite note-taking app however was uPad, but since they still haven't made it compatible with the new iPad I've been considering a permanent switch to Notability.
Same... only if it had ink smoothing.
Noteshelf is my favorite but it hasn't been updated for Retina yet.
I love Notability. I tried Penultimate but never got into it, I don't remember why anymore. I greatly prefer Notability's UI.
I have both but notability has more features. Speaking of this, does anybody know how o use notability voice recording. It says that you can jump around different time points of recording based on where you touch, but it does not seem to work for me.
Thirded for Noteshelf. Works great. although being left handed and the way I write I will probably never get used to any writing application.
I'm sure that uPad is compatitable with the third generation iPad since all iPad apps are compatible with the third generation iPad. Perhaps optimized is the word your looking for? Two completely different things.
No, compatible is the word I'm looking for. Not compatitable, which isn't a word at all.
Also, the app no longer works at all with the new iPad:
Unless you consider optimization the process of making any notebook readable. It is clearly an issue with the retina display, but I wouldn't call it an optimization issue.
uPad trumps both but until they update it is completely useless.
I have these two but prefer Noteshelf or Ghostwriter Notes.
Thanks for correcting my spelling mistake and making me aware of it was a compatibility issue. Until this I had not heard of any iPad apps not working properly on the third generation iPad.
GoodNotes is also very good.
UPAD for the win when it gets updated for retina. Best app I came across (in the iPad 2 days), hands down. I tried most of the other popular ones and UPAD came out on top.
Eh, they are both OK. I havnt found a notes app Im really happy with.
I like the ink flow (or whatever you'd call it..) in notability just for little drawing stuff, I wish there was a full art app that had that. Hopefully sketchbook ink will be good.
I couldn't live without Notability now. I use it extensively for work and personal stuff.
Noteshelf for features, though "ink" is better on Penultimate.
Whatabout notetaker hd? Apart from the ugly icon, it looks doable
Agree with this
I'll give DocsAs a try, has great ink and all the features you're looking for. Best thing is that it opens quickly which is a must-have on a note app.
DocsAS it opens much faster than notability has all the features import export compatible with dropbox everything need. Lately DocsAs has become my go to note taking app just because it opens faster than anything else. It's great for editing PDFs in school also. DocsAS also can import pictures and at least as far as I can tell it's compatible with all the iCloud services available Google Docs, iCloud everything. I gauge my opening speedy test on a 2297 page PDF document I use have. It also scrolls PDFs much smoother. All of which are important to me for work and school.
The ink quality in notetaker HD is terrible, not smooth at all. Prefer notability for detailed notes and penultimate for quick notes.