iJot (Handwritten Notes and Messages)
- Price: $2.99 In Apple Store
- Category: Productivity
- Updated: 2009-12-28
- Current Version: 1.3
- Size: 4.90 MB
- Language: English, Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Spanish
- Seller: Ubitouch Ltd
- Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.0 or later
- © 2009 Ubitouch Ltd
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iJot enables you to create handwritten notes and messages without the keyboard, using your finger as a pen. iJot's innovative technology uses your screen like a never-ending piece of paper that scrolls smoothly at the speed of your handwriting…..
Rated 4/5 based on 3 customer reviews.
Wonderful app, plus some suggestions
This is such a helpful app and well worth the money! I use it all the time - it is even one of the four buttons the bottom of my home page so I can get to it quickly no matter what page I am on on my iPod. I would request three improvements though, namely: 1-Make it possible to reorder items in the list; 2-Put a "back" button on the scrolling page so you can go back and add something; 3-Make it possible to save a copy (e.g. by email, by making an image) of ALL the items togeteher - NOT just the individual items (that takes too long), rather ALL the items at once (for backup purposes). When you make improvements, PLEASE do not change the startup - it's very nice to be able to turn it on and immediately be able to touch just one button to start writing. Thanks for great app.
It should come standard with every iPod. Buy it!
Too much in the wrong places
Sam Dey write:
I liked playing with the settings for about 10 minutes. Then I got frustrated fighting with the automatic scroll. There's no option to turn it off by default.
Some kind of help button to explain that you use two fingers to scroll back would be helpful. Especially since the support page is for the LAST VERSION! Also, a button to jump back would make sense since there's one to jump forward. Less confusing.
I'm a moleskine & fountain pen fan, so I liked the stationary and pen. But you can't choose what thickness to write with. It's like writing on a pendaflex label with a dry-erase marker.
Hopefully the next version will be better. I regret spending money on this one.
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