For new iPad owners, we've rounded up a handful of apps that are well worth checking out if you want to use your iPad for creative tasks like photo editing, sketching, video editing, drawing, and more, plus we've thrown in some useful productivity apps.
Read More - https://www.macrumors.com/2018/04/16/apps-for-your-new-ipad
Procreate - https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/procreate/id425073498?mt=8
LumaFusion - https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/lumafusion/id1062022008?mt=8
Affinity Photo - https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/affinity-photo/id1117941080?mt=8
Astropad - https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/astropad-standard/id934510730?mt=8
Copied - https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/copied/id1015767349?mt=8
hi, would you mind to confirm me if this ipad is compatible with the Windows 10 Timeline feature as smooth as MacOS Handoff feature? This is the only thing I need to know cz I'm an avid pdf, doc and web reader as a researcher and often times I find myself reading awkwardly using Win 10 PC. So, only thing I want is that immediately left my pc and want to read that same pdf, doc or webpage in this ipad in my couch.
For note taking, I’m a huge fan of OneNote and GoodNotes. They both allow you to insert various kinds of media into your notes, including adding self drawn diagrams and flow charts, something that would have made my time as a student a million times easier. My preference is for OneNote because I work across an iPad, Android phone, and Windows laptop and ON is cross platform (and free), but if you plan to use your iPad exclusively for notes, GoodNotes is a great option with some nice features and a huge community of users.
Also worth checking out are Noteshelf 2, Evernote (another free one), and Notability. The features are pretty similar between all these apps so it’ll come down to personal preference.
If you’re planning on taking typed notes mainly and open to something a little outside of the box, Diaro is a journaling app with folders, tags, and a calendar view that gives you a more structured set up than the standard note taking apps do. And just because it doesn’t have drawing tools inside the app it doesn’t mean you have to do without. By using it hand in hand with a drawing app (Procreate is my favorite, but there are tons more out there that do similar things), you can insert handwritten/drawn notes and still have all the structure.
Hope that helps. :)