Close. So close... Handwriting recognition is near perfect for me. It gets my sloppy writing and turns it into proper text. I can take notes my fast way and it all comes together in a nice document. The organization feature I have problems with though. I have no way to name the pages in a notebook. I can see thumbnails of the pages but if a notebook is full of pages I don't know where to go. Close, so close. Bring the organization features out of beta and we will have a winner here.
Finally a decent hand writing note app on Android. I'm using it on Note 10.1 (2014) The features that make it stand-out: 1. Superb hand-writing recognition and smart editing shortcuts. This one its own is outstanding. 2. Equation recognition and LaTeX compatibility 3. Ability to convert drawings into clean shape (perfect circles, lines, squares) 4. Automatically syncs to Dropbox Most other apps are missing a deal-breaker feature. This one is on par with Goodnotes on iOS, and I hope it's continuously improved. Things that need improvement, in order of importance (subjective): -No PDF conversion! - Ability to selectively convert part of a sketch, not every feature is converted into its intended shape (dashed line for example). - There is extra spacing/margin than is necessary between figures/equation and text. - When converting figures, it doesn't have to fill the closed shapes with a color. Make choosing whether to color or not, and the actual color to be a choice. - Moving objects around needs to be fluid - More options for paper (grid, color) - Pen profiles (color and size) - Ability to edit converted text via keyboard
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