Hi guys, Although I am not a freshmen in engineering, I am thinking of using iPad as a note-taking app. The reason is that I want all my notes to be stored in iPad, instead of carrying 5 different notebooks for all courses, as well as my laptop, etc. I believe that there are note-taking apps where when you write something, it will automatically insert that writing in the next space. However, the requirements for me is that I need to be able to write equations, draw diagram in the pages, and also possibly insert picture inline, so that when the professor goes too fast at times, I can take a picture and just insert it in the spot. Another thing is that sometimes professors draw arrows, from one place on the board to another. So I need to be able to do that by drawing an arrow from one place of my note to another, ignoring the writing formate. And it'd be very good if it syncs with my macbook, via box or google drive. I don't use dropbox..And it'd be even better if there is a same note app for macbook, so that It automatically syncs, similar way to Evernote. I think evernote doesn' support equations or diagram, etc. And the reasons I don't use macbook for taking notes is because it's very hard to draw diagrams with the trackpad, and writing equation is cumbersome for me, and also it can't take a picture of the board. Any good note-taking app for me? Please share your opinion! Thanks.