Nowadays there’s a good share of note taking apps for Android and iOS smartphones alike. However, they’re designed for taking quick notes rather than noting down entire lectures. In other words, those note taking apps existing on Play Market and Apple Store aren’t created with student needs in mind. They’re more of a general everyday note for a wide audience rather than a specific student tool.
With this in mind, creatures of LectureNotes moved on to roll out a new application for taking notes tailored specifically for students in the first place. How does the process feel like? Using a stylus, you take notes by handwriting ‘writing’ on the screen of your device. Apart from note making, the app can also be used for making presentations and projecting content to a classroom display, if there’s any.
Just like the predominance of apps on the web, LectureNotes offers two versions – free and paid. The limited-feature version enables taking notes in up to two virtual notebooks consisting of eight pages max, plus adding photos and graphs.
For only $3.59 you’ll be able to use LectureNotes with all features unlocked. Create as many virtual notebooks as you like with as many pages as you need. If you have a stylus and a device with a large screen, the app is must-get for you and any other student interested in taking notes at lectures quickly and effectively. Here’s a list of devices running LectureNotes best:
One of the app’s deal-breaking features is synchronization with Evernote, OneNote, and PDF support. Here are a couple of features you could make great use of:
All in all, LectureNotes is one of those apps every student should have in stock. If you want to bring your note-taking game to a next level and never again remember where you put sheets from the recent lecture, the app is your top download priority this week.
Supported on Android-powered devices only.
What other apps do you use inside and outside the classroom? Please share your tips in comments.