“I got a 9.7-inch iPad Pro yesterday; I hadn’t planned to upgrade, but it turned out that it was useful to hand down my iPad Air 2 to my partner, whose iPad 3 is showing signs of age,” Kirk McElhearn writes for Kirkville. “Naturally, since I bought the iPad Pro, I had to get the Pencil.”
“I’m intrigued by the idea of using a stylus to write on the iPad. I actually envisage using it to take notes and mark up PDFs,” McElhearn writes. “As such, I bought the $8 GoodNotes, on the recommendations of several friends who already have the gargantuan iPad Pro.”
“Now, I have to come clean: my handwriting is horrible,” McElhearn writes. “In my testing yesterday, I found that GoodNotes’ OCR is about 98% accurate; and when it’s not accurate, it’s my fault for making letters that overlap. This is simply astounding.”
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