With the launch of iOS 8, users were finally able to take advantage of third-party keyboard apps as the default on their iPad. I’ve tested about a dozen of them and love all of the special features they come with. The connection is still a bit buggy and needs some polishing, but it is still a lot of fun to use these colorful and unique keyboards.
WritePad is a note-taking app that allows users to scribe notes in their own handwriting. Previously, the handwriting feature was only available when using the app. However, PhatWare has just updated WritePad to allow users to set the handwriting feature as the default keyboard on the iPad in iOS 8.