StretchPaper vs iNotepad
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This app is EXACTLY what I was looking for! I need to draw mind maps for med school, but I’m always limited by the canvas size on all the other note-taking and drawing apps. I really wanted infinite space to flesh out my ideas and just get words on paper without limits and this neat, simple little app lets me do that. I was also pleasantly surprised by the pen flow! Most expensive note-taking and drawing apps don’t have pen flow as smooth as Stretchpaper does, which is impressive given its low price. Three bucks? My daily latte costs more and does way less, delicious as it may be. Thanks to the developers for making a great app!
Stretchpaper is a novel method to sketch diagrams, take notes, and display your creative abilities. With an endless canvas, there is never a shortage of space. Stretchpaper is entertaining and practical. You can modify vectors, define your own pens, export your drawings as pictures or mega-pdfs, and more. Works well on the iPad, but the iPad Pro and Apple Pencil make it much better!
First of all, it's not free ...it's nagware, with a purchase popup every time you open the app. Secondly, it doesn't clean up it's database ...it just grows exponentially in size for ever. When you delete notes they are not actually deleted from the database, they are just hidden in the app.
iNotepad was developed with the express purpose of facilitating your ability to write and flawlessly organize all of your texts and notes. If you give it a shot now, you'll find that it quickly becomes indispensable for everything having to do with writing texts on your Mac. iNotepad will help you get more work done because it was developed to work with all of Apple's most recent text-based technologies. You can compose texts, format them in any way you like, improve them by adding pictures, and then export them into a number of different standard file formats. To make immediate changes to an individual picture, simply double-click on it. If you double-click on the list, the different texts will open in their own windows for you to edit, while the main window will continue to look up the rest of them. When you need to find any of your texts or notes quickly, you can do so with the help of user-friendly search tools, tags, and a recents system that is easy to navigate.
Love this app! Use it when I’m planning out stuff in my business. One drawback for me has been when the file becomes too large it takes a long time to load. Running an iPad Pro so the device shouldn’t be the issue. Still use it, just try not to let the it get too big.
- Suicide Mike
This seemed like a great app purchase, but unfortunately the app itself is a exercise in frustration. While an infinitely scalable sketch pad is an amazing concept— one I desperately need for my iPad Pro— this app misses the mark in several ways. First, it ditches the intuitive control and ease of the Apple Pencil for its own drawing UI and response curve. Second, the scaling is maddeningly frustrating as line thickness is impossible to keep consistent as one must invariably zoom when scrolling around the document. (A Zoom Lock feature would seem like a no brainer) What is more, settings such as line thickness and color are basically random as to whether they will stay applied one you select them. I often found myself switching without warning from a blue line to a green line and back without any logical reason. Third, the individual controls lack harmonious integration with Apple simplicity; while other apps allow for a simple tap on/tap off of individual tools, this app leaves a tools always on unless you specifically select a different tool (and even then that no guarantee the switch will take). Add to all this the lack of an easily accessible user guide, a lack of a straight edge (seriously?) and a steep learning curve I cannot in god conscience recommend this app to anyone. A frustrating waste of $3.
- UDS Music
App is amazing. It is straight forward and easy to use. Love the infinite canvas as that is what i was looking for. I found a few other apps that have infinite canvas but they all lack ease of use and simple tasks that are imperative for taking notes. So far great app. SIDE NOTE: I am having an issue with a bug. For some strange reason sometimes the notes shift slightly and what was once fully highlighted in a certain color or pointed to with a line for a label tends to be offset. So in other words something is causing notes/coloring/labels to shift just slightly. This can be annoying and can cause issues especially with labeling and highlighting. Can the developer take a look? From what I can tell, it happens when i reopen notes after some time. I do move the screen a lot using my fingers but apparently haven’t been able to pinpoint it. Please do check this out.
This application has organized my life. It is my database for everything from passwords to my favorite restaurants. Very gentle learning curve. Very versatile. I truly love it.
An OS X text editor which classifies your notes in folders and keeps them on your MaC iNotepad has most of the features of the OS X Text editor, classifies your notes into “folders”, and keeps you results on your Mac. Its features include: - The notes are kept the iNotepad database on your mac so that you can back your notes up. - Most of the features of the OS X editor including fonts, lists, and the like. - Notes can be classified into “tabs” (folder) to group notes into subjects - Notes are in RTF format - Notes can be exported to: RTF, RTFD, HTML, Web Archive, Microsoft Word, Open XML, and Open Document - Notes are be imported from the same sources - Notes can be copied iCloud by exporting it to an iCloud folder. (I have a folder on the desktop that I share on the cloud where I can exchange files between Macs, iPads, and iPhone)
I was looking for a text editor, because like many people, I wish Notepad++ existed for MacOS. So when I found this app, it looked promising. But it only supports the iNotepad file type and not plain text files. Oh well.
|Simple and to the point
|The infinite canvas lets me take notes and doodle the way that I want to
|Easy to use
|It ditches the intuitive control
|Scaling is maddeningly frustrating as line thickness
|File becomes too large it takes a long time to load.
|Intuitive tools which are easy to use
|Manage tags to easily classify, view and export the texts you need during your work
|Easily export and shares any text or group of texts.
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