GoodNotes for Windows
goodnotes desktop version in order to edit files both on tablets and on desktop laptops and sync in between devices. many people in my medical school would appreciate and heavily use this app if it had these options.
📣 GoodNotes for Windows is looking for early users!
GoodNotes is coming to Windows, and you can be a part of this journey. Join our invite-only beta to be an early user to try and help shape the future of GoodNotes on Windows. 🚀
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Note: This is a separate note-taking app. For now, it doesn’t currently sync with GoodNotes 5 for iOS and Mac.
Please implement a similar functionality to that used in PDF expert. I am able to effortlessly go between my laptop and iPad when it comes to editing or looking at PDFs.
windows client, preferably a portable client.
Evernote already has this. Definitely a must-have and soon if you want to stay relevant
Moderator: can you please give a link to the Mac client you say you already have? All I could find is an iOS version which I really like but on the Mac I can open just an exported pdf.
Silverio Pastor commented
Please, connect to Dropbox in the Desktop version. This allow syncing with all devices. iCloud drive doesn't work with network users so y cannot sync with my mac.
having windows version is good for us. i use Mac, windows, iOS, so it would be a lot easier to use Goodnotes.
This would be great, especially if I could grab a few pages from goodnotes, and drag them to my windows desktop as a pdf automatically.
I would consider switching to Goodnotes if it had cross-platform support, as I have a Windows desktop and and Android phone to complement my iPad
Windows desktop version for note viewing would be excellent
Tom Tanner commented
Ditto. Desktop functionality would be killer!
Paul Turner commented
I would like the syncing to happen a lot faster. At least, give me the ability to manually sync them, because I am waiting a very long time when trying to use my Mac and iPad Pro. Oh, the reason I do this is that some things are easier to do on the Mac and some are easier on the iPad. I'll have to start a list to be more specific. One item specifically is moving a file from one area (or notebook) to another. It's easily done on the Mac and can't be done on the iPad.
AdminGoodNotes (Moderator, GoodNotes) commented
Hi, we already have a mac version, but I assume that you are talking about also making the client available for windows. Is that true?
make an app for the windows and microsoft store or a downloadable version from the internet