1. Silverfern's Avatar
    are there any good note taking apps (prefereably free), My professor was drawing some diagrams on his Ipad today using the note app and it looked really really good, so i was wondering if i can get something similar for my playbook. Thanks!

    Also, it should also be able to save whatever i do on it.
    11-29-11 10:35 PM
  2. tstrike34's Avatar
    are there any good note taking apps (prefereably free), My professor was drawing some diagrams on his Ipad today using the note app and it looked really really good, so i was wondering if i can get something similar for my playbook. Thanks!

    Also, it should also be able to save whatever i do on it.
    Run, don't walk to Evernote. You can keep notes and sync them across multiple platforms and machines including your PB.

    Trust me, its like a breath of fresh air.

    PS: NixNote is the ubuntu version of Evernote desktop client or you can make notes/sync Notes online. Even record lectures and post them as Evernotes... (pretty handy ain't it)
    Last edited by tstrike34; 11-29-11 at 11:03 PM.
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    11-29-11 10:53 PM
  3. Silverfern's Avatar
    Run, don't walk to Evernote. You can keep notes and sync them across multiple platforms and machines including your PB.

    Trust me, its like a breath of fresh air.

    PS: NixNote is the ubuntu version of Evernote desktop client or you can make notes/sync Notes online. Even record lectures and post them as Evernotes... (pretty handy ain't it)
    hi, i checked it out, but i need something that i can use my finger to drawn on, is there something like that? Thanks
    11-29-11 11:14 PM
  4. soul2k's Avatar
    try Scroodle, its not really a note taking app, but it is a drawing app and its free
    11-29-11 11:42 PM
  5. anthogag's Avatar
    Sketchbook is great for finger drawing

    One app that's really great is gen.paper ,it has a ruler and protractor and different paper types, clearing the whole sheet is easy
    (slide your finger along the ruler and protractor edge to draw a line)

    DoodlAir is another great finger drawing app, artistic tools
    Last edited by anthogag; 11-30-11 at 12:57 AM.
    11-30-11 12:53 AM
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