Writepad Pro for iPhone/iPod Touch – Review
I wish I would have found this review before I spent the $10 on Writepad Pro. It looks like it could be a minature version of OneNote. I haven’t used all the features yet, and that may be a problem unto itself. I don’t think the app lives up to the pricetag and so far I have gained little if any benefit from it. It’s decent for taking notes and seeing a small preview of the topic, but the handwriting doesn’t do anything for me, it’s far too slow. I think there is a lot of potential here, but sadly this needs some more dev time. Hopefully a whole slew of updates are coming to round out the features and finish off what could really be a decent app.
WritePad Pro bills itself as “the ultimate organizer for Notes, Events, Affairs, and Voice Notes for iPhone and iPod Touch,” and as that headline suggests, it covers-or tries to cover-a lot of ground. Unfortunately, the lack of certain features is nothing short of criminal in an app with a $9.99 pricetag.
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