iPad Pro Share Your handwriting/notes with iPad + Apple Pencil


richpjr

macrumors 68040
May 9, 2006
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Agree - very nice. My handwriting is getting sloppier and sloppier as time goes by as I rarely ever do anything but sign my name as I type or dictate just about everything these days.
 

Thomas Davie

macrumors 6502
Jan 20, 2004
328
51
I've got ~8 months of handwritten notes using primarily Goodnotes and Notability.

I'm using it for redesigning my house (creating lists of supplies, managing tasks, purchases to be made), planning out multiroom audio and smart home network, grocery lists, medical appointments, sudden phone notes, calendar reminders and lists of software.

My handwriting is pretty bad and it translates perfectly using the pencil to the iPad (garbage). But I can read the notes.

Tom
 

Shanghaichica

macrumors G4
Apr 8, 2013
11,112
7,507
UK
My handwriting with pen and paper is atrocious and the Apple Pencil doesn’t change anything. I think that’s one of the reasons why I prefer everything to be digital.
 

spudWorks

macrumors member
Aug 27, 2018
43
43
Hamburg, Germany
I've got a year's worth of German class notes in Nebo but I've converted them all from my block letter "handwriting" into typed text. Still, loving scratching out notes on my Pro during class and consolidating them all easier into topics than my classmates can with their paper notebooks!
 

Thomas Davie

macrumors 6502
Jan 20, 2004
328
51
Man I would have loved the iPad Pro when in college. I used a PowerBook (150?) with Writenow word processor and people looked at me like I was a freak for bringing a computer into class....

Back in 1991-92 I was allowed to bring a laptop into exams.

Tom
 

Raymond32

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Jul 2, 2019
10
4
Taipei
I've got ~8 months of handwritten notes using primarily Goodnotes and Notability.

I'm using it for redesigning my house (creating lists of supplies, managing tasks, purchases to be made), planning out multiroom audio and smart home network, grocery lists, medical appointments, sudden phone notes, calendar reminders and lists of software.

My handwriting is pretty bad and it translates perfectly using the pencil to the iPad (garbage). But I can read the notes.

Tom
Hi Tom,
Awesome^^b
Sounds great and intuitive for your EDC experiences and it seems that you're so in it for notetaking in a wide variety of purpose.
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My handwriting with pen and paper is atrocious and the Apple Pencil doesn’t change anything. I think that’s one of the reasons why I prefer everything to be digital.
It doesn't matter good or bad of your handwriting, just enjoy it.:)
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I've got a year's worth of German class notes in Nebo but I've converted them all from my block letter "handwriting" into typed text. Still, loving scratching out notes on my Pro during class and consolidating them all easier into topics than my classmates can with their paper notebooks!
;)It's all about the secret of how our brain works.
Handwriting emphasizes the deep memory workflow and gets it more complete.
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Man I would have loved the iPad Pro when in college. I used a PowerBook (150?) with Writenow word processor and people looked at me like I was a freak for bringing a computer into class....

Back in 1991-92 I was allowed to bring a laptop into exams.

Tom
hahaha, I hate to use MBP in the public as well.
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That’s yours? Wow!
:pYep.
 
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Raymond32

macrumors newbie
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Jul 2, 2019
10
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Taipei
Agree - very nice. My handwriting is getting sloppier and sloppier as time goes by as I rarely ever do anything but sign my name as I type or dictate just about everything these days.
:DYour fingers are getting numb?