By Dear Panda LLC
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CourseNotes lets you take notes during classes or meetings, and keep them organized by subject! Take typed notes with rich text editing and import PDFs or other images into your notes. Then review your notes later and search through multiple class meetings and notes all at once. You can also keep ToDo lists and track assignments.
CourseNotes also syncs over WiFi with CourseNotes for the iPad and iPhone, so you can take notes on the go and sync them back to your Mac.
Keeping class notes organized is a daunting task for any student. Put an end to unreadable notes on torn up spiral notebooks, and stop paging through your notes looking desparately for that one thing you remember writing that one time... Let CourseNotes be your guide!
• Take notes with text, images and imported PDFs
• Sync wirelessly with CourseNotes for the iPad and iPhone
• Organize notes by subject and class meeting
• Print notes or export as HTML
• Track assignments and ToDo items
• Keep a unified ToDo list for each subject
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What's New in Version 3.1
• Fix for layout issue on Mac OS X 10.9
• Drag & drop improvements and fixes
• Layout optimizations & improvements
I love Course Notes!
I have to say, I always find notes helpful to take in class. It makes it easier to study for tests and exams and allows me to write down my thoughts and what the teacher is saying faster. The only thing is, some times written notes can get messy when you’re trying to write down stuff quickly and notes can get lost and mixed up in your folders. Course Notes has dramatically changed this issue. All my notes are in the same spot. I can easily find notes and also can easily type my notes. They look clean, organized, and being able to edit or add images later is so helpful. I absolutely love Course Notes and would recommend it to anyone.
I recently bought a new mac and found that I could not restore a backup. The only thing it does is save everything in an HTML format. Not cool. Believe it or not, I really needed my notes to be back the way they used to be instead of having to fish around for them on a rediculously long file.