Notability has been seen as one of the most desirable app for students who want to record audio of their lectures along with taking notes during the class. The app has been available on both iPhone and iPad for the last few years, and it has now finally made its appearance with all the same functionality on the desktop.
The app was developed by an outfit called Ginger Labs, which also helped the hearing impaired people by developing an app called soundAMP. The app is flexible and can be synchronized with several inputs, thus it acts more than just a simple app to save text-based notes.
This app enables users to save notes in iCloud that can be later accessed across devices. The users also have the option to export the notes to the supported file formats, including PDF as well as share with others who are also using the same app.
The app’s desktop version carries a price tag of USD9.99 to download, which is higher than the usual price of USD4.99. The app is presently available on a 40% discount for mobile at a cost of just USD2.99.
Notability is presently the top app on the Apple App Store for iPad, and now it is likely to add some more users in the list.