Savannah Groeneveld asked:
Most people are drawn to the iPad and iPad 2 devices because they believe it will somehow make them more organized. Equipped with all the tools needed for extreme organization, the iPad devices have proven to be the ultimate organizing companion. There have been even more apps created beyond the original apps that come with the iPad. Let’s take a look at some of the most popular apps that promise to get you organized in one way or another.
The “Notes” App
Well, the name says it all for this app. The sole purpose of the Notes app is to allow the iPad user to take notes at a moment’s notice. This is one of the free apps that comes standard and pre-loaded on all iPad and iPad 2 devices. The note taking app resembles a yellow legal pad and is extremely basic. If you are looking for an “easy-to-use” note-taking app- this is the one for you!
The Famous Evernote App
Evernote actually started out as a computer software program that was made for writers. This software allowed writers to organize their thoughts, plots and stories in a streamlined fashion. The actual software is still very popular among the reading and writing industries. However, this app has become one of the most downloaded apps for the iPad. People love this app because of its “syncing” capabilities. You can essentially turn anything on your iPad or iPad 2 into a “note”, even a picture. You can then “sync” these notes to any desktop or laptop computer that you have it installed on. This app is surely one of a kind. There is a free version that limits the amount of data that can be uploaded on a monthly basis and there is also a paid version that gives you a larger amount of data uploading capabilities.
The “Stick It” App
The app is based around the ingenious concept of sticky notes. Sticky notes have been organizing people for decades and they are still doing it as a virtual stick note on the iPad devices. You can create sticky notes with text on them and then stick them to any of the Home Screens on your iPad or iPad 2. You will know when your “plate is full” because all you will see is yellow stick notes when you turn on your iPad’s screen. This is more of a fun organizational app, as opposed to an effective one.