NOTABILITY helps kids and teens take notes they'll want to review, revisit, and actively use. If there's a chart in the textbook they want to reference quickly, they can snap a picture and add it to their notes. If a concept is better explained by drawing a picture, they can do it right there. On a single page of notes, students can type, write, draw, highlight, record audio, cut, paste, and even insert content captured from websites. When they're finished, students can organize notes for easy access later. The audio-recording feature is especially flexible: If you play from the start of the recording, the notes you took darken and fill in as the recording continues, letting you see them appear as you wrote them. Similarly, you can tap on any point of the note (whether it's written or typed or a photo) and jump to that point in the audio recording.
Students also can use Notability to organize their notes, tagging them by color and organizing them by tags or categories. To access notes, users can sync between devices and share their notes across a variety of platforms (such as Google Drive, Dropbox, and Box), via email or iTunes or across devices through the Notability app itself.