Tech Tuesday: NoteMaster For iPad

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Hi all! Today I’m going to do a review for the app, NoteMaster for iPad. There seems to be three versions. NoteMaster Lite (which I have never tried), NoteMaster (I assume this one is for iPhone) and NoteMaster for iPad (which is what this review is for).

NoteMaster for iPad
Cost

This version of the app does cost $3.99 as of today. If you need to have an on-the-go Story Bible, this is the best app in my opinion. NoteMaster is compatible with both Google Drive and Dropbox, so you won’t have to worry about losing your notes if the unfortunate happens and your iPad breaks. It’s well worth the price.

Intuitively

This app is very intuitive. There is a folder dedicated to how to use the app, but there’s only six pages which tell you how to use the app. Those six pages are plenty and each page is so simplified that a child could figure things out.

On the side of the app you have “folders”. For us writers, this setup is perfect because each folder can be dedicated to a story and contain pages for our notes. I use a different page for each character, location and other types of notes, such as historical facts for period pieces. Different pages are also used for food, clothing, housing, ect. If you want pictures for visual inspiration, they don’t have to be saved to your photo album. You can copy a picture from a search engine and paste it directly onto a page, so you won’t have the same picture taking up double the space.

Customization

This app has the option to choose from 24 background themes and 21 fonts. Being someone who loves customizing everything, I wish there were more! I use a different font/theme combo for each folder/story. Even the folders can be color coded for those of you who have stories in a series to make them easier to see at a glance.

My Rating

5/5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

So, do you have an app for your fiction that you enjoy? If so, leave a comment down below. ‘Til later!