Subject: PadNotes note-taking app for iPad in works; Looking great!Syncing with Evernote would be a great way to make those handwritten notes searchable – any image or text format like jpg or pdf is keyword searchable. I wonder if iWorks.com will ever offer such an interface solution – iWorks.com sharing looks great and is fine for sharing and typing comments in a sidebar – but it is still rather stiff, lacks editing. You have to edit in the actual iWork program on the device’s harddrive then upload/replace the whole file to add even minor changes and not very searchable. Anyone heard of other collaborative, eBook authoring for iPad yet? Kenny
check out the video at 2:38, is this an eBook authoring interface?Well, if not, at least the ability to hand write comments and diagrams in the margins.
PadNotes note-taking app for iPad in works; Looking great!
Even though iPad is still not available, that doesn’t stop developers from working on apps. Being the first is what counts; hence I would expect to see tons of announcements for new applications on a day when the iPad finally starts selling.
On that note, we bring you the story of PadNotes, which looks like a promising note-taking app. As you’re about to see from a demo video after the jump, it allows users to take notes on a blank “sheet of paper”; or write, type, draw and highlight over the top of any PDF document or image file. The end result can be then exported either as an image or as PDF file.
It’s super cool and I’m looking forward to give it a try!
Moreover, I’m looking forward to see how Evernote can optimize its application for Apple’s tablet. Actually PadNotes should integrate with Evernote in the meantime. Now that would be something – to have all your notes in a single database (or site or service) – don’t you agree?And now the mentioned video — actually after the jump. Enjoy!name=”allowFullScreen” value=”true”>