Kuzmycz Software today introduces Number Attack 1.0 for iPad, their new game that challenges one or two players to test their basic math skills, and enter answers by writing them directly on the screen where they are read by the game’s built-in handwriting recognition capabilities. The game features: three levels of difficulty, five categories of math problems, six multiplayer modes, achievements, leaderboards, and high scores. Players will soon notice improvement in their basic math skills.
Time Base Technology today introduces eNote Taker 1.0 for iPad, their new productivity app that allows users to conveniently take handwritten notes on the iPad, and to annotate PDF documents. Whether taking quick or detailed notes, using a finger or stylus, the app provides ultra-smooth handwriting. eNote Taker includes the following features: five colors of ink, five thickness settings, highlighting, palm rest, pinch zoom in/out, unlimited notebooks, import/export, and three kinds of paper.
Viet Tran, the Minnesota based developer of Notes Plus today announces that Notes Plus for the iPad will soon feature handwriting recognition capabilities. Though Notes Plus already provides users with enhanced note-taking alternatives for the iPad, the integration of handwriting recognition is primed to add a limitless set of functionalities to the app and transform it into a truly complete digital note taking solution.
California based PhatWare today announces WritePad for iPad 4.5, an update to their popular note taking and handwriting recognition software for iOS devices. WritePad is an advanced notetaker for iPads and iPhones, which converts practically any handwriting into computer text. Version 4.5 introduces export to PDF, and the Palm Rest feature, which allows users to rest their hand on the iPad screen while writing.
PhatWare Corporation today announces WritePad for iPad 4.0, an update to their advanced handwriting recognition software for iPad devices. WritePad lets users take notes in their own handwriting with an iPad stylus pen or their finger. The state-of-the-art handwriting recognition software will adapt and learn while it is being used, improving the recognition quality overtime. Version 4.0 offers a new input method, spell checker, inline gestures, with support for external iPad keyboard and more.