LectureNotes is a mobile note-taking app that allows you to take notes on your mobile device using a stylus. It can import images from other apps, allowing you to mark up handouts or other documents. Although intended for use by students, it's useful in any environment that involves quick note-taking or transcription.
Take and keep notes simply
LectureNotes is a simple note-taking app that doesn't rely on an internet connection or share your information with anyone else. It's generally easy to use, although writing on a touch-screen without a stylus can take a little getting used to. You can also type using a keyboard, switching between the two options easily. It features a wealth of different export and integration options -- you can export your notes as a PDF or share them to a Dropbox, as well as exporting them into to Evernote, OneNote or similar apps. You can organise your notes into folders and even index them by keywords, allowing you to keep track of the work you've been doing. All of these features are available on the free trial version, while you'll have to buy the full version to get access to more than two eight-page notebooks.
Simple and useful
LectureNotes is a robust, multi-functional tool for note-taking on mobile devices. If you're a student or need to take frequent notes, you'll get a lot of use out of this simple but versatile app.