iPad User Seeks reMarkable Handwriting Experience
Or, how to hand-write your plain text, with a mini-review of the Nebo notes app
Sometimes a headline really grabs my attention, and won’t let me go until I’ve discovered what it’s all about. This one from Nicola, of Note Aloud, was one such:
After seeing that headline I simply had to know how I could make my own reMarkable with the tools I already have! And so I am writing this article on my iPad, in the Nebo app, with an Apple Pencil. Video demonstration below.
Be warned: this is going to be a bit of a rambling exploration rather than a carefully crafted treatise. Yes, these words have been cleaned up after exporting to Drafts, and from thence to my Obsidian vault, but the essence of what you’re reading was written by hand, in Nebo.
First impressions of Nebo
I found writing in Nebo rather uncomfortable at first, but that was because I’m a newbie with the app. My writing was messy and felt uncontrolled for the first 10 minutes or so, but quickly evened out as I found my feet.
As one line built upon another, a blossoming …
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