inkBook is described as 'Write notes by hand with inkBook 2 using tablet and InkWell handwriting recognition technology. The notes remain as handwritten ink, but can be searched, copied to other applications, and exported to a text file' and is an app in the Office & Productivity category. There are more than 10 alternatives to inkBook for a variety of platforms, including iPad, Windows, iPhone, Mac and Linux. The best alternative is Notezilla. It's not free, so if you're looking for a free alternative, you could try Stylus Labs Write or ThinkSpace : Mind Map & Note. Other great apps like inkBook are GoodNotes (Paid), Journal (Free), Vov Sticky Notes (Freemium) and Pystickynote (Free, Open Source).
WritePad is a custom text editor for iPhone that utilizes handwriting recognition input for the English language as well as iPhone keyboard for text entry, spell checker, context analyzer and standard editing operations such as copy, cut, paste, etc.
Business-in-a-box cloud application for the tattoo studios. It helps you streamline all operations of your tattoo shop. This point-of-sale and scheduling software connects your marketing, scheduling, and invoicing in one system.
Touchwriter is a handwriting application for iPhone and iPod touch that lets you draw characters with your finger. The app is useful when you want to take a note quickly or create a personal, handwritten letter. You can long-tap the space key on the keyboard to insert TODO items.