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I am so impressed with this note-taking app. It has handy handwriting features and media importing function. I usually use it when I make a business trip. It works well always
candy&bw on Oct 11, 2013 for NoteLedge Premium
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Works Well
Works well; can record video and audio entries in conjunction with typed text.
Scríbhneoir on Sep 19, 2013 for NoteLedge Premium
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Love it!!!
This is a great app. It supplies most of my needs. My personal journals are handy and easy to navigate. The tools are a bit limited but they all work well. I would like to see this app work with Evernote.
Shortentime on Sep 7, 2013 for NoteLedge Premium
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Best app
Stn1012 on Aug 23, 2013 for NoteLedge Premium
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A good App
I like this app for it's versitillity and that I'm able to type, insert photos, draw and leave voice notes. There's only a few apps I've found that will do all of the above. The only suggestion I have is that I be able to change the name of the notebooks. Being able to apply any photo to the cover of each notebook is unique to this app. This is a big plus! Thanks for creating this one...
PJ-A on Aug 22, 2013 for NoteLedge Premium
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Very good - almost there
I spent much time learning the in's and out's of this program and overall I would buy it again. On the plus side, it has distinctive features which are hard-to-find in similar programs. You can also easily utilize tables, text boxes, pictures, audio recordings, drawing and even video as the objects you place on pages in a notebook. Also on the plus side, is that in the program itself there is both PDF and video tutorials. On the negative side, instead of being able to send pages individually to Evernote as separate EN entries, it sends the whole selected notebook to Evernote as a slides attachment within a single Evernote entry. Another con is that the keyboard covers 1/3 of the page when entering text, which covers up the Text box or Table you are entering data in, if they are on lower part of a page. You have to always move the object to upper part of page, open the keyboard and write and then move the Text box or Table back down where it was after the keyboard is closed. Still, I would recommend the program. With a little patience and skill you can do some advanced notetaking that you'll find very useful.
JohnF9 on Aug 11, 2013 for NoteLedge Premium
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