Today we're announcing the latest update to NoteBook for iPad, version 3.1.3. Here's a description of some of the new features in this update:
Print and PDF Export Your Notes Straight From Your iPad
With the 3.1.3 update you can now print your NoteBook pages from your iPad, rather than having to transfer your Notebook to your Mac to print it. You can also export your Notebook pages as a PDF file that you can e-mail or open in any application that imports PDFs. The Print and PDF Export commands appear when you tap the new Export button that's at the right end of the pencil bar.
E-mail Your Notes Right From the Current Page
Also in this update is the ability to e-mail notes directly from NoteBook for iPad. NoteBook converts the current selection or the entire page to HTML mail and presents a window for entering the recipient and subject. The new e-mail command is also in the menu that appears when you tap the Export button.
Word and Character Count
You can now set NoteBook to display a character or word count in the Status field in the pencil bar (the area that normally says “No. 2”) Tap the Status field to see a popover with the current stats - tap the word or character count in the popover and NoteBook will replace the "No. 2" with that count, and update it as it changes. NoteBook shows the stats for the entire page, or just the current text selection if you have selected text.
Retina Display Support
This update includes higher-detailed artwork that takes advantage of the increased screen resolution of the iPad's Retina display.
NoteBook for iPad 3.1.3 is $29.99 and available now in the App Store. The 3.1.3 update is free to all existing NoteBook for iPad owners.
Printing, PDF Export and More From NoteBook for iPad