- I used NoteLedge for most of my senior year at college - I found it easy to use, both on my iPad and my MacBook Air. Most often I'd type up the notes, and if I had more time, I'd use the handwriting option. The app is fairly straight-forward, easy to nagivate and one of the best features was the voice notes function and invididual folders for notes and other types of files. I found it easiest to use on my iPad because I could also sketch while taking notes and create short presentations that I'd later use for self-study. I think overall, NoteLedge is a good option for students who need to take lots of notes and keep them organized
- "Notefile lets you make quick notes and view them easily, on all your devices. It’s available as a Mac app, a Dashboard widget, and a universal app for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Your notes sync automatically with iCloud, or our own Junecloud sync. Our Mac app can show in your Dock or your menu bar, and it’s a compact window that stays out of the way."