Best Note-Taking Apps For Your iPad Pro! (2019)

The iPad Pro is one of the best tablets out there, and it really excels at taking notes. From typing out your notes, to writing them out with the Apple Pencil, the iPad Pro is the ultimate digital notebook. In this video, I cover 5 of my favorite note-taking apps for the iPad Pro.

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  1. This is great. Like you, I would have really benefitted with this technology, when I was in College, and a few years back, I was taking classes at a Community College in Graphic Design, I want to get to know the Adobe Applications and then go back and work on that degree. Digital Publishing II (InDesign) is where I would pick back up. Basic Animation (Animate), and some Web Design Classes.

    I am hoping that Apple puts the new A13 Bionic Chip in the next I-Pad Pro's, because I want one, and with IOS 13, that would really be awesome. I also hope Adobe comes out with the full version of Illustrator, InDesign, XD, Animate, Dreamweaver (and the rest of their apps). I love the Notability app, which I could really use in a class setting. I can't always keep up, and it would catch what I missed. I think Notability would be the most useful app and at $4.99 it is well worth it. I found it on the Apple App Store for $9.99 The priced got raised. With all these features, it still seems to be a good deal Thank you for sharing these. I plan to get an I-Pad Pro with the Apple Pencil, and I found a keyboard from a company called Brydge. It is like the keyboards on the Mac Books, and comes with a cover as well, for both the 11 and 12.9 inch models with a choice of Silver or Space Gray to match your I-Pad Pro. Here is a link to the sight: (The price depends on what size you get). Oh and I found that if I order on line (Apple Website) , I can get the I-Pad Pro and the Apple Pencil engraved for free according to their website. Thank you, again. I love your videos by the way.

  2. I like Apple Notes because I can share a note with someone else easily. I like Nebo best so far because of the great and instant handwriting recognition. This is hands down where Nebo shines. Where Nebo falls short is that I like to do outline formatted notes and this is really cumbersome in Nebo. Nebo has enough (and more) features for paper look, grids etc. Nebo is much more difficult to format, move and modify things on the page. Noteability is a pretty good mix of features and abilities. It does almost everything well EXCEPT the convert to text is really cumbersome compared to Nebo. Bottom line as of today: If Noteability had the easy instant handwriting recognition ease like Nebo, I might be inclined to use it exclusively. For now, Nebo shows more promise. I like the simple approach and the stellar handwriting functionality. Just needs to outline and format on the page more easily.

  3. One 'note app' to rule them all. Free, IOS, MacOS, Android, Chrome, Windows, Linux. 'Google Keep' you can handwrite, type, dictate, yada yada yada. Supports videos, pictures, music etc.
    I have yet to find a better note taking app, especially one that sync's across ALL platforms. ( for anyone who is scratching their head saying how do j get it on my iPhone or iPad, DL Chrome browser, drag it out of chrome into your dock and there you go, stand alone Google Keep.
    I can't find anything that I do that it doesn't support. I even use it to move documents and non media stuff onto my 11" iPad Pro. It's an undiscovered rare GEM of an app.
    Just my $.02

  4. I use and love OneNote because you can type or hand write your notes. They also have the shapes function which helps a lot! (You can also turn it off if you don’t want it) it’s also free which is a huge plus! My favorite thing about OneNote is that you can sync it across all of your devices. I have it on my phone, iPad, and laptop so if I forget one or one dies I still have access! Definitely recommend.

  5. While all these apps get updated throughout the year in the App Store the Apple Notes app starts to fall behind because it isn’t. Unless Apple Notes is updated with a lot of features with the next major iOS update it will fall behind even more.
    To think we have to wait until the end of this year for any new features in Apple Notes…

  6. If I want an iPad pro for studying should I go for the 11 inch version or the 12.9 inch version. It will be used mainly for taking notes but also for watching videos and movies at home as well as maybe some photo editing here and there.


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