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📣 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.
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An error occurred while saving the commentMicha Kolb commented
Absolutly a game changer. I currently take screenshots, upload them to color picking tools to extract the HEX code to be able to find the color again in Goodnotes. Not a pleasant UX there
To use GoodNotes I paid 8.99€ to GoodNotes and 1,064.43€ to Apple. Guys, you are a money printing machine for Apple.
Since two years I'm using GoodNotes for all my studying and everything else. As a viewer & annotation tool for PDFs and Powerpoints, for taking notes, for creating flashcards, signing documents,...everything. I didn't buy a single piece of paper in the last 2 years.
Before starting to study I had to decide how I wanted to study. On paper or digitally and if digitally then how exactly? GoodNotes or Notability on
an Apple device or OneNote on Windows (OneNote surely is the best option available for Windows - but it's trash compared with GoodNotes). My choice was GoodNotes + iPad + Apple pencil.
And that's the same for about 80% of my fellow students. The iPads' market share is a result of GoodNotes' market share - not the other way around. You guys gotta understand your worth!
Because writing essays on an iPad is highly impractical I bought a Windows 2-in-1 Laptop with traditional keyboard too. If I could have used GoodNotes on that device I wouldn't have spent 1,000€ on an iPad. And even if GoodNotes, or only the Windows version of GoodNotes wouldn't have been 8.99€ but 199€ it still would have been a hell of a good deal.
I think you really need to understand that the huge value your app creates could actually be captured by GoodNotes not Apple if you went multi-plattform.
If I were Mircosoft (or HP or anyone of them) I'd be offering you a lot of money to go multi-plattform. So if you aren't sure whether it's a good investment, maybe just ask them to pay for development in order for them to be able to gain back market share...