When it comes to note-taking applications, the plethora of options varies as widely as a user’s needs, and only a few applications manage to meld multitasking, multipurpose use with ease of use. It seems that Ginger Labs has solved that problem with Notability, their newly updated, feature-rich and user-friendly note-taking application for the iPad. Multitasking is manageable by recording a lecture while typing notes, or using the handwriting feature to draw diagrams. Record, type with advanced word processing features, scribble in the margins. Listen, edit, and annotate. Save notes as PDFs or as rich text documents and auto sync with DropBox, iDisk, or webDAV. Add photos, resize images, and add web clips for intricate notes or complex ideas. Print notes with Airprint printers. Notability covers the basics and beyond, making note taking feel less like a mad scramble for useful information and more like a chance to absorb information by interacting with it. You can check out The iPhone Blog video of Notability in action at