No matter your needs, one of the following notes apps are bound to have you covered on Apple’s latest iPads.
A Comparison of the Best Note-Taking Apps
The Microsoft Surface Ergonomic Keyboard may not be an Apple accessory, but it's a great keyboard that most people will enjoy using.
The iPad is a great device for all sorts of work, but an external keyboard can make it even better.
MindNode is our favorite mind mapping app because it features an easy, beautiful design, solid syncing, and plenty of import and export options for your workflow.
Keep It is a powerful and feature-rich research app that offers feature parity between both iOS and macOS platforms.
The best app for writing notes by hand on the iPad is GoodNotes because of its great UI, great Pencil support and writing feel, and search features.
Atom’s price, functionality, and approachability when it comes to package management and settings make it our choice for the best text editor for macOS for most people.
We love TextExpander because it works across multiple platforms (including Windows), is easy to set up and use, and has a straight-forward business model.
MarsEdit is a powerful and convenient WordPress client for macOS that is easy to use, full of features, and well-designed.
Google Docs is the best online, collaborative document editing suite because it's dependable, easy to use, and easy to share with others.
Bear is our favorite notes app for its power and ease-of-use, while Notes.app is our favorite all-around notes app for its deep integration in iOS.
Ulysses is the best pro writing app because it's easy to use, not distracting, and extremely powerful.
Spark is a beautifully-designed mail app for macOS that makes email a quick task with plenty of service integrations, the ability to send emails to other apps, and more.
Byword strikes the perfect balance of being simple, delightful, customizable, and powerful.
iA Writer provides the best mix of editing tools, preview features, and exporting options in an app that's very user-friendly.