PhatWare’s WritePad for iOS Adds Google Drive Sync Functionality

WritePad iPad Screenshot

WritePad, a note taking and handwriting recognition app for iPad and iPhone has just added Google Drive syncronization funcationality, allowing you to take hand-written notes on your iPhone or iPad and automatically sync them to Google Drive.  This brings the number of cloud services that WritePad syncs with to 6!  WritePad goes for $8.99 on iPad and $3.99 on iPhone.

WritePad, using PhatWare’s handwriting recognition software, can understand the user’s handwriting in their own style and convert it to computer text.  WritePad also syncs with other cloud services such as: Box, DropBox, Evernote, Google Drive, iCloud, and Skydrive.  WritePad also integrates with iOS’s built-in Events, Contacts, Maps, and other apps.  You can also share your documents via email, Facebook, Twitter, and saved locally through iTunes.

Check out this WritePad for iPad demo video:

You can download WritePad for iPad or for iPhone from the App Store.

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