Viet Tran has just released an update to the cool Notes Plus app for the iPad. Created to provide users an enhanced note-taking alternative for the iPad, Notes Plus is functional enough to serve as a practical note-taking workspace for almost any situation. In version 2.1, users are able to export full note pages as images. Users now have the option of locking completed notes to be read-only, while updates to the app's editing functionality now allow users to change both the pen and font settings of existing text as well. Here is more info on this iPad app:
The newest version of Notes Plus is able to export full note pages as images, allowing users to quickly save them within their iPad's photo library or iTunes, email them as images, or upload them onto Google Docs as single page PDF's. Furthermore users now have the option of locking completed notes to be read-only, while updates to the app's editing functionality now allow users to change both the pen and font settings of existing text as well.
Notes Plus' user interface has also undergone a series of improvements based on customer feedback. The developer has added the option of 'quick selecting' different pen strokes and fonts, as well as adding the ability to lock the app's 'tap-to-text' to better accommodate users who mainly utilize the keyboard while taking notes. Additionally, Notes Plus 2.1 features optimized page navigation keys, quick page insert and delete buttons, as well as improved 'line advance' and 'manual advance' buttons to help users more effectively utilize the app's close-up writing area feature.