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Does anyone have a good app for writing notes by hand but on a computer or tablet? I find writing them rather than typing them means I can retain the information easier. However I'm awful at organisation and always lose the physical copies, with an electronic version I could find them easier and bring more with me on the go.
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GoodNotes and Notability are the most popular note taking apps I would suggest on a tablet, but you have to pay for them. Otherwise, I would recommend OneNote - it's free and you can write handwritten notes using the pen options they have.
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(Original post by fiixnaa)
GoodNotes and Notability are the most popular note taking apps I would suggest on a tablet, but you have to pay for them. Otherwise, I would recommend OneNote - it's free and you can write handwritten notes using the pen options they have.
Thank you. I will try them.
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