Smooth Ink Technology
The ink on this app mimics the actual ink of a real pen. If I speed up the motion of strokes, the ink thins automatically, and if I write slow the ink thickness increases. The ink does a great job in keeping up with your pen strokes even when you are writing really fast.
Video Review of Noteshelf
Add photos to Notes
With the new iPad 2 that has a camera, adding photos inside your notebook becomes a plus. During my first year with the iPad in school, I used my 4th gen iPod Touch to snap photos and send it to my iPad. I would then add these photos into my note notebook, and still have the ability to mark these photos. So how does this help?
In one of my classes, my professor love handing out worksheet that had keywords and concepts. Instead of keeping them, I would snap photos of these apps then upload it to the iPad. Then these worksheets were in my notebook and I am able to write notes on it. Therefore keeping both virtual notes and scanned copies of the document in the iPad. I was able to throw away the original copy, and if I needed another one, it has the option to print it.
Should you wish to export your notes, Noteshelf gives you a great options. Not only can you print and email your notes, Noteshelf supports the popular cloud services of Dropbox, and Evernote. Don't forget the basic iTunes exporting options.
Organize Notes into Notebooks
Noteshelf offers users the option to organize their notes into different notebooks. One notebook for one class. Not only can you organize your notes, but it has multiple page templates to choose from. Overall this is by far the superior writing app. Though it lacks options to record lectures, or type, these are minor compared to the ability to write with it. Please feel free to share with me some of the best note taking apps you use. If you want me to do an iPad app review for you just leave a comment below. Don't forget to follow my blog, it helps. Thanks.