April 18, 2012
The bestselling productivity app Notability has finally been updated to support the new iPad's Retina display. And given this much-awaited enhancement, Notability is now better than ever. Notability is an iPad-only app that enables you to perform a variety of productivity-boosting tasks. Its full name, Notability - Take Notes & Annotate PDFs with Dropbox Sync, should give you an idea of how feature-rich it is. Its most obvious feature is, of course, its support for note-taking, at the forefront of which is its handwriting capability. And with the newly added Retina ink, said capability is rendered more elegantly. Needless to say, it's not just the app's virtual ink that's been optimized for the new iPad's Retina display. The app's graphics and UI elements are also part of the Retina treatment. In addition to the resolution upgrade, the latest Notability update introduces the ability to put text anywhere on a page using text boxes as well as the ability to search within PDF documents. Zooming and media moving have also been improved. And to make sharing notes even easier, the update has added a tweet button, which uploads your notes to Twitter with an optional, and perhaps #MadeWithPaper-inspired, #MadeInNotability hashtag. Now even worthier of note, Notability is available in the App Store for only $0.99.
Notability - Take Notes & Annotate PDFs with Dropbox Sync
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