Wikis have stopped to be a signature of Wikipedia because you can now create on any iPad your own, fully functional wiki. It’s true that note-taking apps like Evernote are fun to use, but a wiki can provide more flexibility and power. That’s why you should consider using wiki apps in order to create technical documentation, glossaries and other types of similar documentation that involves the use of many links and media content. Here are the iPad wiki versions that you should definitely check out.
My first suggestion is WikiTouch. This app comes with an interesting interface that makes available many of the features that you will find in traditional wikis. That means you will be able to synchronize content across multiple devices, use flexible management tools that you can access even from a standard web browser and share the notes you take with your friends directly from your Apple tablet. You can also rely on this iPad wiki to help you take your notes to the next level by adding to them, photos, documents, audio clips and videos. You will also be able to link notes and make sure that the complex content you create is available on your tablet both online and offline. The online availability is ensured by WikiTouch’s own Internet server that allows you to upload all the files and media of interest and then share them with your friends or only store them in order to free the limited memory of you iPad. What’s also important is that you will be able to protect your work using passwords.
This third option shouldn’t be neglected either. I am talking about Trunk Notes, a wiki that tries to bring to your iPad advanced features like the typical wiki markup language that’s easy to learn and understand. To ensure notes portability, this app offers support for Dropbox.
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