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iOS app for taking notes at meetings

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3 hours ago, vibiweb said:

 

Please can anyone suggest a good app for iPad for taking notes at meetings?

Thank you so much.

Br. Vinicio, my wife has used the NoteShelf app with her "fifty-three" brand digital pencil for some time.

 

Apple supplies the Apple Notes program with the Ipad when you buy it.  It is a pretty good note taker app all by itself.

 

I use the PDF Expert app to note on my PDF files.  It is from Readle.

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Notability is a good app too. You can type, or write, notes and record the talk at the same time. You can have your notes appear on playback at the time you wrote them, or just have them showing as you review the material later.

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I love Noteshelf ... you can design different covers for different files. I have separate files for convention notes, pioneer meeting notes, etc. And it’s very simple to use which is a plus for me ;)


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2nd strong recommendation for GoodNotes.  I use the Apple Pencil with it and it's the closest to paper I've experienced on an iPad. 

 

Edit:  You do need the iPad Pro for the Pencil to work, though.  :angry:

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1 hour ago, LRJW said:

2nd strong recommendation for GoodNotes.  I use the Apple Pencil with it and it's the closest to paper I've experienced on an iPad. 

 

Edit:  You do need the iPad Pro for the Pencil to work, though.  :angry:

I think the IPad 6th generation is compatible with Apple Pencil also, not just iPad Pro. 

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2 minutes ago, leoperales said:

I think the IPad 6th generation is compatible with Apple Pencil also, not just iPad Pro. 

Oh wow, you're right!  That's great.  

 

I'm using the 2nd generation pencil, which doesn't work with a non-pro model.  But honestly, I don't see a difference at all with the 2 Pencil models as far as writing goes.

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1 hour ago, LRJW said:

2nd strong recommendation for GoodNotes.  I use the Apple Pencil with it and it's the closest to paper I've experienced on an iPad. 

 

Edit:  You do need the iPad Pro for the Pencil to work, though.  :angry:

I just started playing with GoodNotes. 

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