After a months-long hiatus to focus on other projects, I’ve returned to the blog world. I know you all missed me.
UNCG has been using Noteflight in a few classes here on campus for over a semester now, and I have to say that the integration with Blackboard makes it VERY slick. I’ll blog more about that later, but the big news is that today, Noteflight released its much-anticipated foray into HTML5, with their version 3.0.
Users can try it out by going to Noteflight.com, logging in, and clicking a link at the top of the page. Also, visiting Noteflight.com on a mobile device (Apple devices: iOS 6 or later) will now take you to the new HTML5 interface.
I haven’t taken the time to play with it very much, aside from tinkering on my iPad just because I could. But it does look pretty slick so far! There are some speed issues (which NF acknowledges in their release notes), and some other features that haven’t been ported all the way over to HTML5 yet, but that’s a big reason why Noteflight has kept their old Flash version available, labeled “Noteflight Classic.”
I will post more about our experience with Noteflight Campus a bit later on, as I find more time to evaluate. I’m also headed down to NOTION’s headquarters today for a product tour, and I’m excited to see what they’ve been up to in the years since I last used their software. More on that later as well.
So, head over to Noteflight, check out version 3.0, and let’s have some comments! What do you think of it?