Here is a weird one for you and it is called ThinkBook
It is an iPad note taking application that has a weird look and feel and is so much more for its way of working. You can do Get Things Done type of work with it using questions and checkbox lists. It looks like it could be a good iPad note taking app alternative to the hugely expensive Omnifocus.
iPad outlining app – Thinkbook
To get started you really need to look at the videos about it a couple of times. Here is one that is designed to get your started.
Griffin Technology Stylus for iPad, iPod touch, iPhone and other touchscreens
There is a slider on the right that you use to add things and to move from one place to another in the application. Then there are drag areas – If you drag a note to the left then to the right in the left half of the screen it will indent it. On the right half of the screen you drag noes to the margin to put on the slider. Using two fingers will copy the note to the slider rather than move it, you can use something as a template easily that way. You also use the slider to pick where you want to insert notes on the iPad app, tapping on it to delete, insert notes or perform other advanced actions.
Navigation Bar – iPad outlining app Thinkbook
There is a navigation bar at the top of the screen and you swipe items left and right to convert them into bookmarks and back again. You can go through the icons on the left to do searches, go back a level towards the home page. There is a tag icon where you can add, delete and rename tags. I am not sure yet if they are open meta tags.
In the content if a note has child notes then there is a disclosure triangle to show and hide the notes. If your note is a task to be completed us the tick box to mark is having been done. Tapping in this iPad outlining app on a notebook or a page will open it.
Find out more about Thinkbook the weird iPad note taking app that could be just right for you. Also you might have a look at using an iPad notebook that also does audio voice recording on iPad notepad. Thinkbook is good as a notetaker app..
Reviews of iPad note taking apps
For being productive with your iPad. Either for doing business or for studying something. You can even use ThinkBook just to be an organised sort of person. I like this iPad note-taking application even if it is a bit strange.