Majorspot, Inc., an emerging mobile applications developer focused on productivity solutions, today announced the launch of Ghostwriter Notes version 4.0 for the iPad and iPad 2. Running on iOS 4.3 or later, the app now provides support for the revolutionary new iPen stylus.
This tablet writing tool provides the closest emulation of writing on the iPad with an actual pen, and is set to revolutionize the way busy users write and format notes within Ghostwriter Notes. The app as a whole allows users to create, store, and share handwritten digital notes anywhere, combining all the practicality of a notebook with the tech-infused advantages & sheer mobility of the iPad. Ghostwriter Notes' fourth iteration includes the addition of a number of useful features such as Copy & Paste functionality, Automatic Dropbox backup, and the ability to import photos directly from the iPad 2's camera as well.
Focused on helping users get going and get organized, this app trades in pen & paper for technology and ingenuity en route to giving users an unparalleled digital documentation platform. Ghostwriter Notes lets users create and save as many virtual notebooks as they'd like. The app also allows them to name specific pages, choose from various 'paper' backgrounds, or even choose a custom background to write by importing any image or photo stored on their iPad into the app. Writing within the app is extremely easy as well. Users simply take their finger and write by hand, utilizing the app's clear digital ink as well as a nifty zoom ratio feature which controls font size down to a tee.
Ghostwriter Notes' recent update transforms app the into the perfect resource with which to utilize the innovative new iPen stylus. In addition to further polishing the app and improving its overall operation, Ghostwriter Notes' development team has introduced on demand copy & paste functionality which enables note takes to highlight and copy their text, as well as automatic backup via Dropbox which users can set to custom intervals. For iPad 2 users, capturing moments and importing them into the app is a breeze now too, as Ghostwriter Notes 4.0 has been fitted with the ability to import pictures directly from the tablet's camera.
Importantly, these newly introduced features have not replaced and of the app's existing ones. Ghostwriter Notes 4.0 still allows users to export note pages to their iPad's photo album, via Dropbox, Evernote, or email with the simple click of a button. The 'print over the air' function is still available too, should users need to get a hard copy of any notes from the app as well. Just as earlier versions could, Ghostwriter Notes 4.0 is capable of creating an infinite amount of notebooks and pages to ensure that it's users will never be restricted, and together with its intuitive user interface and practically minded features, its an iPad application whose potential matches its capacity.
via PR Mac