As I’ve previously divulged, I lose things.
This includes, but is not limited to: my phone, car keys, and my head, if it wasn’t attached.
Back when I first got my iPad, I did some creeping around for good note-taking apps. I didn’t to pitch the paper pad.
Thus, I found Notability. It seemed cool. I liked the idea of syncing audio with writing.
The app burned a hole in my iPad, until I tested it out this week using a $13 stylus I bought at Walmart . Below, I took notes on a mobile reporting adventure through the York Galleria Mall food court, where I graced the elderly mall walkers with my presence (blog to come, on that adventure).
Here's an iPad screenshot of the Notability interface. Here, I used the app, in lieu of paper, to interview a mall walker scared of being in York city at night.
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