The keyboard of Android device ocupy much of the screen. I know that using a tablet, may be fine, but not with a smartphone. A transparency effect, like in GamePad program, will be fine. Or maybe if the keyboard used would be smaller. "Opened the file" message takes to long time in the screen and blocks my letters. A "strike trough" and "bold" for letters, is necesary. Edit : In a text with this program, how many words/lines, makes a A3 page ? A counter for words can be added ? How many words/lines can this program have in a text ?
SD Card Document Saving Issues Aside... Jota Text Editor has come a long way, thanks to its developers. A steady progression of features and solid performance characteristics have made both Jota+ Pro and Jota Text Editor my go-to apps for creating and editing documents on my smartphone & tablet. The ability to customize the app is absolutely essential. Its only flaw: An inability to set permissions for direct SD Card saving - but the work-around is simple enough: Save to local memory, then move the file to SD Card.
MUST HAVE Truly the best text editor I have used, even easily edits playlists - it'll open almost anything Edit: Another review blasts the autosave, but it IS on by default. He shouldn't blame the app because he turned it off himself
Great... except for occasional flakiness of core editing functionality. I love the shortcut buttons on the screen, meaning I'm not constantly having to do context long presses for basic operations such as copy paste. This is the sort of commonsense UI which is rarely seen these days. Unfortunately, I've repeatedly seen some flakiness around core editing behaviour with large unicode files... deleting text causes the cursor to jump to an unrelated line. I'll try and figure out a reproduce case.
Can't use it with sd cards Would be good if you could save files to a micro sd card, like many apps can. But, it can't do that. It's a useful app but stuck in the Android stone age because of this.
It lost my work. I had some important notes, and left the app and went back to it, and the card showed my notes... But when I went back to it my notes were gone. No way to recover ... No recover document or journal... I didn't want the document to be on the cloud, but I also don't want it to blow up. An auto save in progress file is an essential feature. It should be on by default.
Support Android 7.0.
Jota+ Connector for Dropbox is a plugin to connect Jota+ with Dropbox (V2 API).
Jota+ SMB Connector is a plugin to connect Jota+ with SMB(Windows File Sharing).