When you are sitting in a lecture, a seminar or meeting you don't really want to be the one tapping away on your keyboard while the action takes place. Apart from anything else, it's kinda distracting and you can hire a stenographer to do that. Remember when you were in collage with that foolscap pad you used to take to lectures. It was covered in doodles and stuff but it did carry the crux of the information whether it be through diagrams or your note taking. Soundnote is the modern day foolscap pad with one big difference - not only can you type and draw but you can also record audio.
With this Soundnote note-taking application for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch you can take notes by recording sound, handwriting or typing text, drawing sketches or taking camera pictures. You can convert your notes to PDF or image format, store your notes on your iPhone or iPad or share them with others through email or Facebook. By combining notes and voice, SoundNote easily captures your meetings, lectures or study sessions. Use it when you need to review a meeting or discussion about your next project or conversation with a client. Maybe you are trying to remember what the teacher said about a key point during a lecture? With the convenience and portability of the iPad or iPhone you can use SoundNote anywhere. In class lectures, meetings, interviews, conferences or study sessions. You can even use it as a dictaphone to record memos to yourself as you think of new ideas! SoundNote tracks what you type and draw while recording audio, so you'll never worry about missing an important detail.
For journalists or students, SoundNote is surely one of those must-have apps because of its ability to record the bits you may miss or to fully illustrate your notes. Not that I'm advocating a bit of a snooze during a particularly dull lecture but it is possible to record the whole thing and catch it later. But recording isn't all that SoundNote delivers I'm pleased to say. It also has a bunch of very cool tools that interact with your multimedia note-taking methods with means that you can tap on a typed word and get to the point on the recording that you need. See, I told you it was cool. When you are finished you can share your text, drawings and audio notes with friends or colleagues via email, or transfer them directly to your Mac or PC. SoundNote is just one of those must have apps for your iOS.