Quick Guide to App Functionality
The following table provides a brief overview of which apps can connect with one another. Please note that some apps can send to another app, but lack the ability to open files from that same app.
|Send to Dropbox||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Send to LiquidText||–||Yes||Yes|
|Send to Notability||Yes||–||Yes|
|Send to Google Drive||Yes||Yes||No|
|Send to OneDrive||Yes||Yes||–|
Drawing Annotations and notes.
You can use Notability or LiquidText if you would like to add annotations or draw on course files.
- Notability views one file at a time.
- LiquidText allows you to import multiple files into the same note, view those files in the same preview window, and connect points in each file together.
If you just want a blank screen for typing notes, you can use the pre-installed Notes app, Notability, or OneNote.
- Notes gives you a blank screen on which you can type or draw.
- Notability gives you a blank screen in which you can type or draw.
- OneNote allows you to create a virtual notebook which can contain a page for each class meeting within which you can import files but only annotate directly on them if they are Microsoft documents.
- LiquidText requires a document be opened before you can type or draw on the document or in the right side workspace.
- Using the Notes app in iOS 9 (5:00)
- Using LiquidText (4:21)
- Notability (21:08) – watched at 2x speed it’s only 10:34
- OneNote for iPad (33:17) – watched at 2x speed it’s only 16:38