OneNote by Microsoft! It’s great! It has useful features and it’s free and easy to use on multiple, cross-platform devices. A relevant app for teachers and students using iPads in schools.
You will need to create a Microsoft account to use OneNote so you can sync your OneNotes between multiple devices.
Top features of OneNote are:
Do you draw or scribble?
You can use a stylus or a finger to draw or take notes with OneNote. If OneNote incorporated handwriting recognition into a future update, that would be very cool and very useful. But for now, we have to make do with the ability to draw and scribble notes. These can be merged together with typed notes.
OneNote has a familiar method for organising your notes and with the search option you can find your lesson notes quickly and easily.
Note it, then share it!
Quickly share a Note (similar to Evernote) and allow others to see and edit it, on any device, anywhere.
Siri, the iOS feature for voice to text, works brilliantly with OneNote, for quick and convenient note taking.
I think this is a really good app and hopefully will get better. If future updates featured voice recording and handwriting recognition, it would be a killer app for teachers and students in Schools, Collages and Universities.
OneNote has just the right amount of tool bars and options, making it easier to use than Word! While Apples iOS app Notes is very elegant and simple, it’s seriously lacking any useful features for schools.
Similar apps are Evernote and Notability.