By Clarkwood Software, LLC
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Sometimes you want to take notes without typing on the iPhone’s keyboard. Maybe you want to sketch out a diagram, or you can scribble faster than you can type. In any case, ZibblerScribe is a flexible powerful way to scribble notes or annotate pictures you can take.
Each new page gets stamped with the current time and location. That’s something I always like to know when I am reviewing notes later.
You can save the current page into your Photo Library with the save button.
You can navigate between an unlimited number of pages.
You can create new pages; each new page has a new background from a built-in selection of nature scenes; or you can use the camera (if your device has a camera) to take a picture for the background of your next page. The original image is saved in the Photo Library.
Use ZibblerScribe as a convenient note pad or in conjunction with your iPhone’s camera to annotate a trip. I use it as a “hiking buddy” on hikes to log the time and location of photos I take with my iPhone, which gives me an opportunity to jot down any notes about the picture. (Since the original photo is also saved in the device’s Photo Library, I can scribble on the copy used by ZibblerScribe.)
- AED 7.29
- Category: Productivity
- Released: 18 December 2009
- Version: 1.0
- Size: 3.2 MB
- Language: English
- Developer: Clarkwood Software, LLC
- © Clarkwood Software, LLC
Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.