EverNote is a free note-taking application designed for users of all desktops, laptops and tablets. Evernotes lets you save your ideas, remember things you see, make useful notes and syncs them across your different devices.
The best part is Evernote provides The Trunk, which allows third parties to create additional applications and tools that work with Evernote.
Here 5 Best Evernote Apps for Drawing and Handwriting:
Bamboo Paper lets you create handwritten notes, sketches and doodles on your iPad, Mac or PC and save them to your Evernote account. Using your Bamboo pen tablet, turn your desktop into a virtual sketchpad and save all of your ideas and hand-drawn inspirations to your Evernote account, where you’ll be able to access them from any computer or device. Use Bamboo Paper on your iPad, Mac or PC.
Penultimate gives you the tactile gratification of writing on paper with digital power, and lets you save everything you create to your Evernote account. Take notes, sketch, or share your next breakthrough idea — in the office, on the go, or at home on the sofa. Once your notes are saved to Evernote, you’ll be able to access them at a moment’s notice, from any device.
Skitch is the amazingly fun and surprisingly powerful way to move your ideas and projects forward using fewer words. With Skitch, annotate and draw on just about anything that you see, whether it’s a new or existing photo, a webpage, screenshot, map, or a blank canvas. Then, share your work with friends, colleagues or save it all to Evernote.
Inkiness for iPad is a notepad application that feels like using a real pen and ink. Make your iPad a notebook or sketchpad by using your finger to write directly on the screen, then send what you write with Inkiness into your Evernote account where our handwriting recognition will make the text searchable.
Ghostwriter Notes turns your iPad into a digital notebook and lets you save all of your notes to your Evernote account. The app allows you to create fully-customized notebooks, choose ‘paper’ backgrounds, use your finger or a stylus to write, import any image or photo saved on your iPad, and control font size with your finger. Organize your notes into as many virtual notebooks as you like and enjoy the feeling of ‘pen & paper,’ without the paper clutter!