iPad Apps

iPad – NoteLedge Updates to Offer Diverse Features for Note-Taking

Kdan Mobile today is pleased to announce a major update to its premium productivity application, NoteLedge(R) for iPad, to further enhance users’ note-taking experience. The new version is equipped with multi-language support of Chinese (Simplified, Traditional) and Japanese, various new templates, and a wider writing area. Furthermore, it allows users to upload notes as PDFs to major cloud storage services, making it easier to back up precious memories recorded within the app.

This is a free update but if you haven’t already downloaded the app yet, you can do so here. It retails for $1.99/£1.49/download


Top-ranked in the Productivity category of App Stores throughout the world, the app has already proven itself to be the ultimate note-taking application for iPad users. The biggest strengths of NoteLedge(R) for iPad, as pointed out by various reviewers, are its powerful patented gadget, the Navigator, and realistic handwriting technology. Both strengths enable users to easily create contents within pages in their desired way. In addition, it provides an easy solution for users to stay connected with their community by sharing their life stories directly on Facebook or via email. For students, NoteLedge(R) for iPad makes it less of a hassle to take notes and work on team assignments. For business purpose, the app includes a slideshow mode that offers greater convenience for people to present ideas in meetings.

Krisoy Desouza, an editor from iPhoneGlance, pointed out that "Other note taking app available on the App Store does not do half the things that NoteLedge can do." Chris Su, Product Design Director of Kdan Mobile remarked by saying, "We are pleased to obtain so much positive feedback; we will continue to incorporate innovative features to meet multiple end user needs and provide a richer note-taking environment."

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