The iPad may be considered just a large iPod Touch, but it is much more than that. There are certain things that you are going to have a difficult time doing on your iPod Touch and not so much on your iPad. Taking journals and sketching things are just two things to name a few. Thanks to iPad notebook apps, you can capture your ideas no matter where you are without needing a physical notebook.
If you use your iPad to do business or just want to be able to write down your thoughts and ideas on the go, these 6 premium iPad journal apps get the job done:
Penultimate: the ultimate notebook application for iPad. It lets you write down your notes, draw your diagrams, and do all kinds of things on your iPad. It lets you organize your notes as well.
Audiotorium: you can think of this as your audio notebook. Great tool for college students and anyone who wants to record lectures, meetings, and so on.
PaperDesk: it essentially emulates a real notebook on your iPad. Pretty easy to use and comes with a cool toolbox to let you customize how your take your notes.
MaxJournal for iPad: an intuitive journal application for iPad that can be used to keep track of daily notes or your diary. You can attach images to your notes as well.
iNapkin 2: it’s like having a napkin with you to take small little notes or jot down your ideas. Allows you to easily sketch diagrams and add your notes to them.
WikiServer Pro: not a notebook app per se, but it does give you the ability to create wikis and take them with you on your iPad. It can handle all kinds of content.
What’s your favorite journal or notebook app for iPad?
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