Great app for the classroom I use this all the time in my math class. My laptop is hooked up to a projector in a large lecture class, and I can pass around my tablet and have students do the problem and it shows up on the screen for everyone to see.
Please fully support the S pen (Galaxy Notes tablets) As far as I can tell there is no way to support the full functionality of the S pen, that is, this app cannot REJECT THE PALM!, It would be great if you could just place your palm on the screen and the app ignore it as input. Please add this functionality! Thanks!
Great idea but the implementation needs work I was planning to use this app in my classroom as a replacement for my tablet PC. I was disappointed that the annotations have a large delay. It makes it impractical for class use.
Desktop streamer is rubbish There are bugs galore in the desktop app. It locks screen brightness on win 8.1 and messes about with video rendering in other programs. It took me hours to figure out it was Splashtop's fault!
Annotations are the Downfall of this App I like everything about this app with the exception of the annotations. They are so "jerky" and make your writing almost impossible to read. They only way to potentially avoid this is to write so slow that your students fall asleep waiting on you. PLEASE fix the annotations. Also, clicking an icon takes way to long to register. I will keep this app in hopes that this if fixed because I have hope that this developer will correct this issue. 2 Stars until annotations and button clicks are fixed, then I will bump it to 5 stars.
Annotation Too Limited for the Hype I'm a teacher who uses my tablet in the classroom for teaching. Using this to control a PC works very smoothly, but the annotation is very, very choppy. It can't recognize medium-print handwriting, and if I do want to annotate across the screen I can only get about 5 legible words in. I am using a Galaxy Note 10.1 with both the normal stylus and an additional Samsung stylus that has enhanced accuracy. Splashtop Whiteboard doesn't have the ability to write fine-point handwriting. In order to project handwritten notes to the class I have to switch to a better app, and back and forth between the two. Eventually I just stopped using SW.
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