There are a number of apps for the iPad and other tablets that record both drawing and narration. One of my favorites is the app that I am reviewing in this post - Vittle.
Vittle featuresAs you can see from the screen capture below, the layout of Vittle is lean with a panel of options across the top and paging at the bottom. The screen capture displays the settings available with each option.
Import Keynote as PDFIn addition to the whiteboard functionality, you can also import PDF presentations from Keynote, DropBox, and e-mail. Once imported you can annotate on top of the presentation.
Video capabilitiesVittle records each video as a scene, so you don't have to record an entire presentation in one take. Once scenes have been recorded, you have the ability to delete unwanted scenes and reorder scenes. When ready, you can save the video to the camera roll for additional editing in iMovie or for upload to the video platform of your choice.
Some video recording apps require you to use their servers to house your videos. I prefer to have mine saved to the camera roll for both control and the flexibility to do additional editing, and Vittle lets me do this.
Although the iPad is designed to draw with your fingers, I prefer using a stylus when using whiteboard and drawing apps. Lots of stylus choices are out there, but I prefer the Griffin "Stylus for iPad and Capacitive Touchscreens" available for $14.99.
Video of Vittle ReviewBelow is the video I created using Vittle.
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