Perhaps you've used a cork board in the past for quick notes and even if you haven't there's a high probability you're familiar with them. The Index Card app for your iPad acts as a virtual cork board that you can hang index cards on that you've written out. The app gives you a way to not just write down your thoughts and ideas but to compile and then organize them. The app is user-friendly, filled with features, and is surprisingly powerful. Of course you can also share all of your index cards, making it even more functional.
The Index Card app is a versatile tool that can be used by anyone such as an academic research, a screenwriter, a student, or anyone for that matter. The tool isn't just a handy way to jot down notes it can also make you more organized in general when it comes to your writing, which will reflect in your work. Go ahead and store your thoughts and notes as they pop up, add colored-labels to them, set up the flow of your project right on the cork board, and just tap on any card to edit it. The app supports drag and drop functionality to keep it simple.
This app currently has 4.5 out of five stars from users who call it the perfect tool for writers. The app was updated more than a year ago when offered an update to the Tell a Friend Tweet function.
Organize all your index cards on the corkboard
What Else Can You Do
So what else can you expect to do with the Index Card app? There are a number of features such as the fact you can scroll through an entire project's card list very quickly and easily to find what you're looking for, you can writer longer text if you want, you can edit the cards anytime, you can have more than one project going on at a time, and you can view and track words and character count in the card. The app supports an external keyboard if you find that easier for input. You also don’t have to worry about losing your works as it automatically saves as you type.
Sharing your work is smooth and seamless you can email it, export it, copy it using iTunes file sharing or Dropbox, and sync it with your Scrivener Mac OS X writing app. And yes, work can also be printed using AirPrint.
Cards can be created, reviewed, and edited any time