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Bryan M. Wolfe
| August 22, 2013
Headed To School? NoteSuite Is Available Now At A Discount
NoteSuite is now on sale to celebrate the back-to-school season. For a limited time, NoteSuite for iPad and NoteSuite for Mac are available at special prices. Sale prices through Sept. 15 are:
NoteSuite includes the ability (both online and offline) to combine full-featured note taking, to-do management, Web clipping, and document annotation. Better still, it syncs everything between a Mac and iPad without a subscription. [caption id="attachment_454029" align="aligncenter" width="490"] NoteSuite on Mac[/caption] Key features for students include:
- iPad version will cost $1.99 (originally $4.99)
- Mac version will cost $4.99 (originally $9.99)
Take notes in lectures:NoteSuite for iPad is available in the App Store, while NoteSuite for Mac is available in the Mac App Store.
Keep track of everything you need to do:
- Capture information quickly with NoteSuite's automated outlining
- Write formulas and diagrams alongside your typing with NoteSuite's drawing tools
- Take notes literally on PowerPoint slides
- Record lectures while you type, with markers placed in your notes that let you play back any part of the recording
- Quickly handwrite anything with NoteSuite's Writing Board (which shrinks handwriting to fit better on the page
- Full-featured to-do manager lets you keep track of assignments, exams ...
- Add assignments and tests to your master to-do list while taking lecture notes -- NoteSuite automatically figures out the due date from what you've written
- Use tags to track assignments for different subjects separately -- your notes and to-dos use the same tags, so it's always easy to see everything related to any of your subjects in one place
- Clip web pages to your notebook from your favorite web browser -- NoteSuite strips out the clutter and gives you a searchable, editable note
- Download PDFs and other documents from websites, Dropbox, Google Drive, or Box
- Annotate anything -- PDFs, MS Office documents, images, and web pages
- NoteSuite lets you save any note as a PDF in Dropbox, Google Drive, or Box, so they're easy to share with classmates