Fluid Notes a Simple Note Taking and Handwriting iPad App

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Fluid Notes a Simple Note Taking and Handwriting iPad App

Taking Notes on the iPad Just Got Easier with Fluid Notes

Fluid Notes is a note taking app for iPad featuring all the tools you need to take beautiful notes on your device. With its easy to use interface and variety of customization options, this app gives you the ability to take notes in your own handwriting using a ball point pen, fountain pen, pencil, crayon, or text.

To start taking notes all you have to do is tap on the empty space on the bookcase and use the tools in the following screen to start adding content. The user interface has a clean design resembling a lined notepad and also allows you to change cover styles for each notebook and join them together to form groups.

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Drawing onto notebooks is a very intuitive experience that supports multiple gestures such as pinching to zoom and three finger movements. There’s also an import feature which can be used to import notebooks from external apps such as Google Drive, Dropbox, Evernote, and Box. PDFs imported into the app support annotations so you can make direct edits to the document.

In addition to using the included tools to create your notebooks, you can also buy useful add-ons from the in app store such as additional notebook colors, a calendar template, textured covers, graph paper, and even music sheets. Overall, this is a comprehensive note taking app that can be used to manage all your documents effectively whether at home, school, or at work.

Fluid Notes is compatible with iOS 6.0 or later and is free to download from the iTunes app store.

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