Not bad at all This might be the handwriting app I've been looking for. The blue circle as a wrist rest is a smart solution. The lack of a dedicated eraser baffles me. I'm not sure I like how it behaves on autorotate, there should be some pan and zoom functionality. There needs to be some export feature as well. Keep up the good work!
Like everyone else it's good at what it does. I'm trying to find a stylus note taking app and this is pretty good. Writing is fine and very clean looking. Since it's in beta don't expect too much with extra features although it does have the wrist guard feature. I hope when this app finishes beta they will add stuff like being able to type along with the free writing, exporting to stuff like google doc or dropbox. Also a small note there is a very small add at the bottom left corner which is a pain for us left handed writers and how the wrist guard when it's too close to the corner auto moves to almost an unreachable area.
Am I missing something? Is there no way to erase an area? In the screen shots there looks to be a menu in the top right, I don't have that on my (Galaxy S4). What is the blue circle??
Great start! This app is the closest to what I need yet it's still far awy from fulfilling it. :-) Could you make it possible to scroll up/down, even better if the page size could be fixed to simulate real notebooks. Please also add a file browser (with shelves?).
Suggestion Please take a look at the app called tabnotes. In that app, you can move the note around and zoom in/out with 2 fingers. If something like that with a palm pad is available, it would truly be the ultimate android hand written note taking app. I sincerely hope you will add an export option, preferably exporting to something like pdf would be great.
Promising This app holds some promise. UI is good, but response to stylus strokes is laggy. Using HTC Flyer running stock Honeycomb.
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