Although Apple provides its own Notes application with the system (iPadOS), Except that this only aims to provide simple and basic functions, but there are other applications specifically developed for use on the iPad Pro that work to develop and improve this function, and here are some of the best note-taking apps for iPad devices currently available.
It is an excellent general-purpose note-taking app on iPads and has won many awards over the past several years, and this application allows the user to combine multiple inputs, including writing, drawing, handwriting and photos in one place, and it also supports adding annotations to ( PDF), notes can be shared via email and cloud-based services including (AirDrop), (Google Drive) and (Dropbox), and the app can be obtained from the App Store for $ 9.99.
For those looking for a note-taking platform that works with their iPad Pro, and also works with Android devices, Evernote is the go-to app.
It is a great app for collecting multiple entries on iPads, including photos, text notes, recorded messages, and snippets of webpages, and the app is free on iOS and offers in-app purchases, however, the free product is limited to only two device sync and downloads Limited to 60MB per month.
IPad users can get the app from the App Store.
Those who want to use their iPad Pro to easily take handwritten notes should review this application. By focusing on handwriting, this application makes it easy to enter complex math formulas and chemical formulas, and the application can also be used to annotate (PDF) files. In addition to that, you can search for handwritten notes and convert handwriting to text, notes are also synchronized via (iCloud), and they can be backed up as per your choice to cloud service providers.
IPad users can get the app for $ 7.99.