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Take digital notes using editable handwritten and typed text

Editor's review Page 2 of 2

Published 16 Oct 2013

[cont'd] without any distinction between the two styles and switch between the two in an instant. DioNote achieves all this by saving the stroke data of your handwritten memos with great accuracy and allows you to easily search for your handwritten memos as quickly as other memos that have been created with normal text methods. The user-friendly interface lets you create notebooks and organize your memos in each - much like folders. You can share your memos on social networks or use them in other apps like Evernote, Google Drive or Dropbox and decorate them by adding your own image or photo to the notebook cover.
 
DioNote is a superior note-taking application that offers huge versatility. It lets you switch between your handwritten notes and regular text in an instant as well as providing all the tools you need to write, draw and illustrate as well as being able to add photos. It is the perfect app to keep in your pocket and take memos at lectures, record the minutes of a meeting or summarize an agenda at a conference. On a simpler and more social note it lets you sketch ideas quickly, draw up a travel plan, make a checklist or even jot down a recipe fast, if it comes to that. Add a few photos and you have the full picture. Use DioNote once and you might well find that it quickly becomes your preferred note-taking application that can be used at home or in the office.