The best iOS apps for taking notes with Apple Pencil + iPad Pro
It almost makes me want to get an iPad Pro and an Apple Pencil. However, I’ve been at the App Store and tried it out. I usually use my Logitech keyboard to take notes on my iPad. The pencil, I would use if I had to hold the iPad in my hands and couldn’t put it on a table. However, then it is too heavy. So, I decided not to get it (for now). I think, the Apple Pencil could still be good for drawings and sketches, though. I would also love to build a presentation with it. Anyhow, below, you’ll find the best note taking apps for the Apple Pencil. What is your favorite?
After resisting the temptation for several months, I finally broke down this week and bought an Apple Pencil. I purchased the initial iPad Pro back in November when it first came out, but sold it and switched to the 9.7-inch model last week, and so far I’ve been very happy with that choice. Figuring that I’ll probably stick with this size iPad Pro for at least a year, I decided the Apple Pencil would be a worthwhile investment. And I was right.
I was skeptical of the Apple Pencil when it was first announced, as I assumed it would just be the same as the tacky styluses third-parties had been making for years, but after using it I’ve realized just how wrong I was. The thing that I noticed very early on in my time with the Apple Pencil though, was how crazy good the palm rejection is. Writing with an Apple Pencil on an iPad Pro is nearly as easy as writing on actual paper. As a student, this is a huge factor for me when it comes to note taking, so I decided to dive a…
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