California based PhatWare today announces WritePad for iPad 5.0, a major update of its popular note taking and handwriting recognition software for iOS devices. WritePad is an advanced notetaker for iPads and iPhones, which converts practically any handwriting into computer text. Version 5.0 allows synchronizing WritePad documents with Evernote, plus offers an improved handwriting recognition engine, document statistics, and the ability to upload documents to Google Docs as PDF or text. Here is more info:
Notes created with WritePad can be emailed, Tweeted, saved, posted on a Facebook Wall, printed, exported as PDF, translated to other languages, synchronized with Dropbox, and exchanged directly between two or more iOS devices. WritePad also features integration with events, contacts, maps, and other system resources.
With WritePad, users can:
* Create and edit text documents using the advanced handwriting recognition engine or iPad keyboard for text entry in landscape or portrait mode * Improve productivity by utilizing inline gestures, spell checker, context analyzer, and shorthand features * Email, Tweet, Print, or post Facebook updates directly from WritePad * Synchronize WritePad documents with Dropbox, Evernote, and iTunes or upload documents to Google Docs * Translate documents to 13 supported languages using Bing Translator * Change WritePad's appearance by manipulating text, page, and ink colors using the customizable Styles feature
WritePad for iPad 5.0 for English language is available now in the iTunes App Store for $9.99. International versions of WritePad 5.0 will be available soon. You can get more info or download the app at: http://itunes.apple.com/app/id363618389