Taking notes at a meeting, meet-up or conference? AudioNote lets you link audio recordings to the notes you keep along the way. Later, select a place in your typed notes and the recording from that moment will play. The app also works with a stylus, so you can also link recordings to free-hand notes and drawings.
When it comes to your own artistic expression, Sketchbook drawing and painting tool provides you with a myriad of pencils, pens, markers, brushes and effects. You can upload what you make directly to a variety of social media platforms. Completely compatible with any iPad stylus, the small price tag equates to big-time flexibility and results.
If you’re feeling frustrated about YouTube’s disappearance on the newest iOS, check out Jasmine. It’ll fill in all the viewing and list-making holes, plus give you parental controls and AirPlay compatibility.
What could be cooler than this? Simply hold your iPad overhead, and the app works with the on-board camera to show you the visible (and even invisible) constellations on the screen. If you’re like us, you’ll show this one off at your next group gathering.
MindNode helps organize your creative life, your daily tasks and every other kind of brainstorming you might perform. Create a visual, bird’s-eye view of every project, connect ideas and see things in a fresh light on this endlessly expanding canvas.