Supercharge Your iPad For School: The Apps And Accessories Every Student Needs [Feature]

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  2. Kieran Shari says:

    NICE article!  This has really given me some great ideas on how to better incorporate my ipad into my studies.  Thanks!

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  4. Nona Suomy says:

    great article… helpful.
    one outstanding query though…
    what’s a PDF-annotating app that can collect and export all highlights/notes (in the style of Skim for mac)? is there such a thing for iPad?

  5. Nona Suomy says:

    great article… helpful.
    one outstanding query though…
    what’s a PDF-annotating app that can collect and export all highlights/notes (in the style of Skim for mac)? is there such a thing for iPad?

  6. Brian Horsley says:

    I really like to use ClassOrganizer. It incorporates some of the individual apps listed here into one. It’s $4.99 but it’s well worth it and they are constantly updating it.

  7. Joseph Barbour says:

    Noteshelf and a Bamboo stylus are my go-to’s for handwritten notes on my iPad :) Perfect combo for a paperless university life! I also love GoodReader for PDF annotation and organization because of how it supports iCloud.

  8. 5thelement says:

    Check out this blog, ipadtheworld.com. Cool idea!

  9. pat3ck says:

    Personally, I still prefer PenUltimate for my note taking needs. It was rated 7/10 on Tapscape here: http://www.tapscape.com/penultimate-ipad-app-review/

  10. MeerkatMac says:

    Just in time for Back-to-School – Visual Journal just released on the App Store today!

    A perfect virtual alternative to the traditional paper journal notebooks you use for taking notes, recording experiments, and detailing development projects for school, work, research, and hobbies. It lets your iPad replace dozens of paper journals in one app that’s as simple and easy-to-use as the real thing.

    http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/visual-journal/id531190979?mt=8

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    http://www.applgasm-apps.com

  11. David Yana says:

    With your iPad you can also use iTakeClassNotes released in June 2014 which is a free complete course notes app that uses all the media features of the iPad (photo, mic, drawings) and allows you to share the notes on the cloud (Dropbox, GoogleDrive) or social networks (Facebook, Twitter)

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