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NoteLedge Review for iPad

NoteLedge Review for iPad

Numerous notebook apps available for the iPad, but they aren’t all alike. Some let you scribble by hand, while others let you type. Not so many let you engage in a combination of note-taking activity. NoteLedge by Kdan Mobile has almost everything covered, from scribbling and typing to making voice memos and recording videos. Continue onto iPadmodo for the full review.
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Penultimate Review for iPad

Penultimate Review for iPad

Looking for a reliable app for handwritten notes? Penultimate by Cocoa Box Design is currently the leading notebook of its kind for the iPad. With its wrist protector, you can safely rest your hand on the screen while you smoothly write. Continue on to iPadmodo for the full review.
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PhatPad Review for iPad

PhatPad Review for iPad

Out of the sea of note-taking apps available for the iPad, which might best suit your needs? Here’s a look into PhatPad by Stan Miasnikov. It bears some similarity to WritePad, which I reviewed over a week ago, as both apps use the same handwriting recognition engine to turn your handwriting into text. Continue on to iPadmodo for the full review.
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WritePad Review for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad

WritePad Review for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad

There are many apps that let you make notes with your own handwriting instead of through typing. But what if you’d like to write by hand and still have your words appear in a neat typewritten font? For this, there’s WritePad by Stan Miasnikov, a handwriting recognition app.
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Noteshelf Review for iPad

Noteshelf Review for iPad

Do you like to make handwritten notes? Noteshelf by Ramki will let you compile and keep a digitalized library of notebooks in your favorite scrawl. In addition to writing typical notes, you can also compose music on scoresheets, keep sports scorebooks, as well as use your own custom note paper. Continue on to iPadmodo for our full review.
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PhotoNoter Review for iPhone and iPod Touch

PhotoNoter Review for iPhone and iPod Touch

Do you sometimes wish you could add handwritten notes to your freshly shot photos? PhotoNoter by Han Zhao allows you to do exactly this on your iPhone or iPod Touch (4th generation onwards). Although your scrawled words may be large, PhotoNoter can shrink them down and fit them neatly onto your photo.
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Number Attack 1.0 for iPad - Math Game with Handwriting Recognition

Number Attack 1.0 for iPad – Math Game with Handwriting Recognition

Lara, Australia – Kuzmycz Software today is pleased to introduce Number Attack 1.0 for iPad, their new game that challenges one or two players to test their basic math skills, and enter answers by writing them directly on the screen where they are read by the game’s built-in handwriting recognition capabilities. The game features: three levels of difficulty, five categories of math problems, six multiplayer modes, achievements, leaderboards, and high scores. Players will soon notice improvement in the speed and accuracy of their addition, multiplication, subtraction, and division skills. Having greater facility with the fundamentals of arithmetic, users will enjoy faster and easier comprehension of more complex mathematics.
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eNote Taker 1.0 for iPad - Low Cost, Handwriting App with PDF Annotation

eNote Taker 1.0 for iPad – Low Cost, Handwriting App with PDF Annotation

Hong Kong – Time Base Technology today introduces eNote Taker 1.0 for iPad, their new productivity app that allows users to conveniently take handwritten notes on the iPad, and to annotate PDF documents. Whether taking quick or detailed notes, using a finger or stylus, the app provides ultra-smooth handwriting. eNote Taker includes the following features: five colors of ink, five thickness settings, highlighting, palm rest, pinch zoom in/out, unlimited notebooks, import/export, three kinds of paper, one tap navigation forward/backward, easy erase and undos, two finger drag, tap & hold repaginate, notebook library view, and high-resolution vector graphics.
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Notes Plus for iPad soon to feature handwriting recognition capabilities

Notes Plus for iPad soon to feature handwriting recognition capabilities

Lakeville, Minnesota – Viet Tran, the independent mobile application developer behind Notes Plus has announced plans to implement WritePad SDK, a handwriting recognition engine developed by PhatWare Corp., into upcoming versions of Notes Plus. This feature will enable Notes Plus users to take their Note Taking experience to the next level as the app will be able to generate content, mathematical solutions, and web pages, among many other things directly from what they write. Though PhatWare Corp. integrated versions of Notes Plus have yet to become available to consumers and existing Notes Plus users both developers are actively working to bring this additional functionality to market in the near future.
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PhatWare releases WritePad 4.5 for iPad - Handwriting Recognition

PhatWare releases WritePad 4.5 for iPad – Handwriting Recognition

Mountain View, California – PhatWare announces today the new version of the popular note taking and handwriting recognition software for WritePad 4.5. The new version allows users to rest their palm on the iPad screen while writing with either a finger or a stylus. Other new features include export of WritePad documents to PDF, improved printing, and new graphics.
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PhatWare releases WritePad for iPad 4 Featuring Handwriting Input Panel

PhatWare releases WritePad for iPad 4 Featuring Handwriting Input Panel

Mountain View, California – PhatWare Corporation announces today the major version upgrade of WritePad for iPad 4.0, the advanced handwriting recognition software for iPad. The new version introduces a new Handwriting Input Panel in addition to the full screen handwriting mode. WritePad lets users take notes in their own handwriting with an iPad stylus pen or their finger. This state-of-the-art handwriting recognition software will adapt and learn while it is being used, improving the recognition quality over time.
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