NoteLedge comes with a split-view web browser that allows you to clip contents from websites while you're taking notes. This is a great alternative to Evernote Web Clipper, but we make it more user-friendly for iPads. You can collect information, organize and edit, and trace references, all in one app.
First, open the Web Clipper in NoteLedge and start browsing websites.
Long press on the text, and choose “Clip to NoteLedge”
Find the texts in your notes
Long press on an image
Tap “Clip this image to NoteLedge”
The image will be downloaded and inserted to your note.
Play or long press on a video clip from online streaming services, such as YouTube, Vimeo, or TED Talk.
Tap “Yes” on the pop-up notification asking if you want to embed the video to NoteLedge
Find the audio or video clip in your notes. Please note that the videos embedded are online. you need to connect to the Internet to watch videos.
Crop a screenshot
Tap the knife icon in the toolbar at top-right, and circle the area you wish to crop. NoteLedge will automatically recognize the cropped area if the area you selected is circle, rectangle, or triangle.
Insert the cropped screenshot to your note. Or you can save it to your iPad library and use in other places later. The image will be saved in Photos > NoteLedge Clips.
Tap the “Star” icon in the toolbar at top-right and save. You may rename the bookmark.
Find the bookmarks
Clip the entire web page to Noteledge
- Tap the icon (two opposite arrows with hook) in the toolbar at top-left, you will be able to save the whole web page as extracted images and texts.
2. After converting, the content will be in your note.
3. If you want to change the page order, tap the icon (looks like four blocks) in top-left of your note, you will be able to edit it.
Magane Contents & Trace Web Sources
- Open Media Folder.
- Long press on the content inserted from the Internet.
- Tap "View Source" and go back to the original web source.