The Rocketbook app is designed to work with Rocketbook notebooks including the Amazon best selling Everlast, Everlast Mini, Wave, Color, One, and Rocketpad. Rocketbook allows you to enjoy the pleasure of writing in a traditional paper and pen notebook, while quickly digitizing all notes and sending them to the cloud with your smartphone. The latest Rocketbook feature, Handwriting Recognition (OCR), turns your handwritten notes into digital text and allows you to search them inside the app!
Capture your thoughts naturally using pen and paper in your Rocketbook notebook. Then, use the app to digitize your notes and instantly organize them inside the services you use. Simply mark special icons on each notebook page to send your notes to your email inbox or specific locations inside Google Drive, Dropbox, Evernote, Box, OneDrive, OneNote, Slack, iMessage, and iCloud. The Rocketbook app uses your smartphone camera to “see” your notebook pages and instantly blasts them into the cloud.
For more information about our reusable notebooks, please visit getrocketbook.com. Free Rocketbook PDFs and customizable pages can be found at start.getrocketbook.com.
• OneDrive bug is now fixed! You can connect your OneDrive for Business/School accounts to your Rocketbook app once again
• Performance improvements
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Ratings and Reviews
As a college student, the majority of my homework is online and any actual work that I do is not collected. This notebook (and the corresponding app) makes it easy to write out homework problems and not waste paper, it’s all stored in google drive (or whatever other cloud service you prefer to use). Plus, the update that allowed the PDFs to be bundled made it easy to keep homework and notes in one file for easy viewing and reviewing. The notebook itself is incredibly lightweight and while I do carry spare notebook paper just in case I have to turn in something that class, it saves me from having to haul around heavy notebooks all day (no lockers in college, you know, when we finally have more than 4 minutes to go to a locker). I’d say the only downside is that I do take a lot of notes and have a lot of homework so I fill up the notebook in about a week-1.5 weeks and scanning and erasing the entire notebook can be very time consuming, especially when you still have a lot of work to do, but it is still totally worth it for the amount of paper I save by having electronic notes. I really wish this notebook had been around in High School when I used even more paper, but I’m glad I have it for college.
Fantastic Concept and Execution
Absolutely love these notebooks. I have the 5x7 and 8x11 sizes and they are infinitely useful. You can send PDFs or jpgs, even gifs by scanning pages in sequence. With 36 pages per notebook, you can keep a fair amount of work before wiping down and reusing the pages. Additionally, the RocketBook website has printable graph, music staff, and lined writing pages in 5x7 and letter size; these obviously aren’t reusable, but are useful nonetheless. As a matter of fact, if you wanted to try the concept before buying one of the notebooks, you could print a few pages and try it out with the app first. I wish that this was around when I was in college; one small, light notebook for all of my classes that I can scan my notes from. The transcription feature also works fairly well, so your writing can be transcribed to type when you publish the page. The only drawback is that you have to use special Pilot Frixion pens, but they are readily available, relatively inexpensive, and come in many colors. (FYI, I use it with email and Google Drive and have had no issues. I can’t vouch for other compatible services: iCloud, OneNote, Slack, Dropbox, Evernote, or Box.)
I love the idea of this. I work in IT on the technical support team for an enterprise client. I oftentimes find myself using both a customer issued laptop as well as my company’s device. Unfortunately, I can’t easily share information across these devices. Because of this, I have often opted for a more analog note taking method.
Prior to Rocketbook, I filled several Leichturn 1917s with notes on a large work project. Unfortunately, my copious notes were hard to search and reference, despite my detailed table of contents and journaling techniques. I was shown this technology by a business colleague and immediately fell in love.
Now I store my notes in a variety of places. My only regret is that I can’t use it directly with either company’s enterprise OneNote/OneDrive account, but the other connectors help me merge everything together into one concise package.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.