If you haven’t noticed we love note-taking apps here on our iPad-centered website. We found another great iPad app for note-taking that fits in our best iPad apps category called NoteLedge. This iPad app was just updated today by the developer Kdan Mobile Software LTD. As soon as we tapped to open NoteLedge what stood out to us was the graphically pleasing leather graphics on the interface. This productivity app for iPad is impressive and we’ll designed from graphics down to the user interface.
When you first launch this iPad app, you’ll be greeted with an overview of what NoteLedge is all about and it’s features. You’ll be surprised and the wide-ranging features to interact with this app. It is waaaay more than those plain and simple writing apps. NoteLedge is functions seamlessly as a sketch pad and you can simply swipe your finger on the screen to draw or write your content. Easily change the writing type tool (pencil, brush, crayon, etc.) or adjust the line size, opacity, and color with a tap of the sidebar menu.
We really like the user interface which easily lets you make corrections with an eraser or the undo and redo buttons located at the top navigation. You can noteonly type and handwrite in this app but also record audio and video(iPad 2 and iPad 3 only) on the fly within the NoteLedge interface. Also, included are the ability to save your work on the iPad tablet or save it on the cloud with you favorite cloud backup service (Dropbox, iCloud, Box.net, GoogleDocs, FTP, WebDAV).
Also, you can easily share you work by emailing it to a friend or sharing it to Facebook. One wow design feature is the ability to switch to presentation mode and freeze the sketch mode so you can share a slideshow of the different frames of your work. This would be especially useful when sitting with a client and reviewing the notes from the meeting.
One of my favorite features that distinguish NoteLedge from other productivity apps for note-taking is the ability to crop and copy your texts, pictures and drawings in your own way and paste them wherever you like within the active area of your current work. They’ve even included some built-in stamps to use for some added flare to your creations.