Ipad Air 1 + Adobe Ink + Good Notes 4 = Low cost but very good combo
I started recently to study Japanese and wanted something to take notes easily but without spending much. I bought a refurbished Ipad Air for €200 and an Adobe Ink for €20. I tried lots of note taking apps (all the free ones, adobe reader and even apple books for pdf) but none of them had palm rejection and Adobe Ink support. I had never bought an app before, not in Google Play or Appstore (this is my first iOS device). I finally decided to buy Good Notes without much confidence but it meets my expectatives. It’s compatible with my pen, syncing it as an Adonit and it works as it should. If you want an experience similar to the iPad Pro + Apple Pen but don’t want to expend that money this is a really good alternative. I’m writing this because I haven’t found any review of the Adobe Ink for note taking so I hope it helps someone.