Call me old fashioned but I can't get into those progressive note taking apps because I love to write on digital yellow legal pads. There's just something more note worthy about writing on a yellow background, you know? Classic Notes is that nostalgic pad with a TON of hidden features.
There's no shortage of note-taking apps in the App Store but Post-It's new PopNotes app lets you pretend your notes are digital post-its. Fitting, right? The way it works is that you can write notes and digitally "stick" it to that location.
Everyone's favorite note taker app, Evernote, just got updated with a brand spanking new UI for the iPad but probably more importantly, rich text editing! That means you can now bold, italicize, underline, highlight, make lists, add URLs and more.
Wacom, makers of those ever capable artist tablets, has released a new iPad app that turns your iPad into a digital notebook (or sketchpad). Ideally, you would use it with Wacom's Bamboo Stylus for the most pen-and-pad-like experience.
Evernote, the do everything and anything note-taking app, is now available for Windows Phone 7. It syncs with all your other Evernote apps and works just as you'd expect: write notes, keep notebooks, search notes, map notes, share notes, etc. [Evernote]