Looking For Productivity Apps For Teachers? Here Are 7 Of Them

By Education Technology Insights | Wednesday, November 27, 2019

The modern apps of this era can make teaching process easier by helping the teachers and students in note making, managing different tasks, taking handwritten notes and many more things.

FREMONT, CA: Nowadays, there are several apps in the market that can make learning and teaching process more comfortable. Here are the top seven paid productivity apps as rated by the iTunes App Store. By utilizing these apps, users can take notes, annotate PDFs, mark-up images, effectively manage your tasks, open and view SketchUp models, take handwritten notes, read all forms of documents on the go, stamp and merge PDFs, and many more. 

1. Notability

People like teachers, students, and business professionals to take notes, sketch ideas, annotate PDFs, mark-up photos, record lectures, provide audio feedback, and more by using Notability. It is specially designed for each device to provide the best note-taking experience, and with iCloud keeps your notes always up to date.

2. iAnnotate 4

It provides a better platform to read, annotate, and share PDFs, Microsoft Office files, images, and web pages. More than 1 million people use iAnnotate to take notes, sign agreements, highlight documents, and insert stamps, and more.

3. SketchUp Viewer

SketchUp Viewer is an app that brings 3D models to life on the iPhone, enabling the users to open and view SketchUp models anytime, anywhere, and on any device.

4. MyScript Nebo

MyScript Nebo helps in taking notes; it is made for iPad Pro with Apple Pencil and powered by MyScript Interactive Ink. Users can handwrite, draw, edit, and format their notes quickly. It instantly converts and transports them as digital documents.

5. GoodNotes 4

This app allows its users to make handwritten notes and annotate PDF documents. The handwritten notes are created using a pioneering vector ink engine and are searchable too. GoodNotes will synchronize between the iPad and iPhone automatically.

6. PDF Expert 6

By using PDF Expert 6, users can quickly markup documents with highlights and handwriting, insert text and stamps, sign and merge PDFs. It is also a good option for filling out PDF forms on the iPad and iPhone.

7. GoodReader

If any user wants to read virtually anything and anywhere like books, documents, maps, etc., they can use GoodReader on their iPad or iPhone.

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