Expect Penultimate, one of the iPad’s best-selling apps of all time to have more and more integrated note-taking features as it has just been acquired by Evernote. In case you’re not aware, Evernote happens to have an iPad note-taking app that is widely used as well. So, this acquisition, according to Evernote will have the app expanding its handwriting capabilities. While for Penultimate, it will become available on more platforms and devices. For those who are not familiar with Penultimate, it’s a pretty sleek app that is designed to mimic a physical notebook. It lets you use a finger or stylus for taking down notes wherever you like. It also lets you choose from a variety of paper types, ink colors and line thickness. Notes you’ve taken using Penultimate can also be saved directly to Evernote. And with the merger of the two, we expect this feature to be improved as Penultimate will certainly adapt most of Evernote’s features. Penultimate is available from the App Store for $0.99, while Evernote if you haven’t downloaded it yet is freely available.