This app is great for taking notes, writing on PDFs and signing documents. It also backs-up directly to Box, Dropbox or iCloud. This is worth the couple of dollars to spend on it. I don't normally buy apps and I actually got this one when it was free too. But with Family Share I was able to share it with my wife too. We both have benefited from it so much already.
One of the new features it has now is palm recognition. So when you rest your palm on your iPad it should mess things up. I am still used to the old way and just turned the function off. The app continues to improve itself and allows me to write/draw up outlines for my public speaking discourses too. Prints to PDF and then allows me to swipe the pages in iBooks instead of turn a page while I'm up on stage.
Check it out. It's worth it especially if you are in any type of school or taking classes.
Write at the bottom of the screen and once you reach the end of it then it automatically skips to the next section. At the end it even acts like an old type writer and skips down to the left side again. Very good for writing more text in the space on each page.
You have different tools to choose from. Typing, writing with your finger or stylus, highlighter, eraser and the select tool. The finger just allows you to move the page without messing something up.
You can easily draw something, resize it, and move it around to where ever you want.
Click the camera button (or plus sign on the iPad) to add a picture into your document. Snap the picture right then or take it from your camera roll. Great when a presenter shows an illustration that you can quickly snap a picture and add it into your notes. Pictures are worth thousands of words. Or you can even quickly surf the Internet to find the picture they are showing and copy it from there.
Hope you enjoy my tips for the day. Keep Your Life Simple. Go Paperless! :)