It’s too bad that Evernote can’t jot down notes with your stylus, instead of with the keyboard. So how do you use your stylus in combination with Evernote?
There are currently two ways you can take notes with Evernotes, One is with the Keyboard and just type away. The other way is, take pictures of what’s on the whiteboard. Or you can add another way….
The third way is with another application called Bamboo Paper by Wacom at http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/bamboo-paper-wacom-notes-for/id443131313?mt=8 (iTunes Link). The same company that makes the Bamboo Tablets. The app is Free till end of June 2011. This is just one method that works with Evernote, you can technically use other apps to jot down notes and then import it to Evernote. Evernote makes it easy for users to import notes without syncing through iTunes, and that is via email.
Bamboo Paper iPad App allows the user to send the notes or drawing you created via email to pdf. In Evernote, there is a way to do this and the instruction is here, which previously mentioned, on how to find out your Evernote email address.
Once you add Evernote email address to your Contacts, you can send notes to Evernote via the Bamboo Paper App to your Evernote email in PDF Format. That’s it, you’re done.
I recommend Bamboo Paper App for iPad because its beautiful and fluid when taking notes with. You can use it for sketching a drawing, doodle, or just use the app for your kids and business.
The advantage to send your notes to Evernote is that if you use your PC or Mac and have Evernote installed, you can view your notes on that without the need to sync. Just email away and you’re done. For more information on Evernote, go to Evernote.com