Notes Plus for iPad Giveaway: 5 Free Codes to Be Won

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You may remember last year I wrote a post about the excellent note taking app Notes Plus. My opinion was that it was a really well thought out app with plenty of options and excellent handwriting recognition, which at the time was an in-app purchase. You can read the full review here, and you can read my 3 way handwriting recognition app shootout here, in which Notes Plus came out as clear winner.

The developers have released a new version of the app with the headline feature being that handwriting recognition is no longer an in-app purchase, which is great news if you want to find a pretty accurate handwriting recognition app. The developers have also kindly given our readers 5 promo codes for Notes Plus which you can get by being one of the first 5 people to reply to this post in answer to this question:

What is the productivity app that you simply could not do without on your iPad? (mine would have to be Google Drive I think).

Your reply needs to have a valid email address, or I won’t be able to send the code to you and the contest will close on Sunday February 15 at 3:00 US Central.

In the meantime, here’s an App Store link for Notes Plus; it’s priced at $9.99.

James Potter

My day job is Director of Technology at one of the UK's leading independent schools. I'm on a daily mission to use, and learn to use technology in the most creative, innovative and transformational ways. The iPad ticks all of these boxes. I'm also an Apple Distinguished Educator, so at least Apple think I know what I'm blathering on about. My geekery also extends to a passion for cricket, amateur astronomy, video gaming and bad guitar playing. You can contact me on Twitter with the link below.

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16 thoughts on “Notes Plus for iPad Giveaway: 5 Free Codes to Be Won”

  1. I couldn’t do without my IOS calendar. Sure, it has some bugs. But it does what I need it to do: add appointments, remember appointments, and sync across devices! I’m also a big fan of my 3M post it notes plus app!!

  2. iAnnotate for me. It is crucial to read and annotate documents on the go, and extract the information from the pdfs when I am on my laptop.

  3. I can’t do without Google Inbox, but I’d like to use this for note-taking, since keyboarding on the iPad isn’t what it could be.

  4. I support almost 50 school districts in 4 counties with technology so I use and teach many apps and the iPad, depending if it’s support staff, teachers, or administrators. My personal favorites are Evernote, iBooks, and Sunrise (for my Google work calendar since it lets me see my shared work calendars and really keep my work appointments totally separate from the iOS calendar.)

  5. Google Inbox and Drive allow meet to keep my business items running along even when I am not in the office.

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