I have been sampling several Note-taking Apps. I was hoping to find one that allows me to use the stylus to hand-write, display math formulas, and doodle. With SketchPad Lite the handwriting is not smooth, it looks unnatural due to the rigid geometric lines. Bamboo Paper and Notebook have a really nice interface for selecting pen width, pen and highlighter colors. They both offer lined note paper and I can use the stylus to create lines that are natural-looking with smoothed curves. I was able to use them like a SmartBoard to write colorful symbols and mathematical formulas. The major problem I have when using the Stylus to write, is that sometimes after writing something the words get erased. I believe this is happening because I am lefty. Maybe my hand is dragging over some hidden buttons that are in the upper left of the screen or maybe the dragging simulates some gesture that erases. So I was wondering if anyone else out there has had this same problem with these Apps. And if so, are you lefty or righty?
I have also been searchng for note-taking apps. I am specifically interested in apps that use the Cornell Method of split-notes as this method is a very effectice organizational tool for developmental readers and writers. Most of the apps I have seen are pretty expensive. Is there a way to try out an app before buying it? Has anyone used any Cornell apps?
I have not used any Cornell apps. But the one listed in the app store is not a bad price, $10. Is this the one you mentioned: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cornell-notes/id547960093?mt=8
Actually, there is a newer (and better) version of the app out by the same developer: https://itunes.apple.com/app/id914214381 Same price as the original.