iOS question

I bought an iPad recently, but have always been a Windows user.

How do I create a text file that would be resident on the iPad (sort of liek making a text file from Windows Notepad) ?

Anthony LuciaAsked:
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Hamidreza VakilianSenior iOS/Android DeveloperCommented:
Have you tried native Notes app on the iOS? You can find it in the springboard.

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Ryan ChongBusiness Systems Analyst , ex-Senior Application EngineerCommented:
Or you can go to App Store look for some nice text editor apps which can do the same features. Some of those apps even can sync up to a cloud space, so that it can be sync back to your other devices when it's needed.

For example, I'm using Evernote (Android ver, you should able to get an iOS ver as well) and I'm happy with it.
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