January 9th, 2013, 02:53 PM
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Best note taking configuration.
I have just purchased a Samsung Galaxy Note 5.3 in order to read and take notes. I don't care the small size, as compared to the 10.1, since I'll have to take it with me all the time, so the 5.3 is less clumsy.
What I need is a good pdf annotation program, coupled with a good note taking app.
I have researched some apps, like lecture notes (the trial version), but no matter how I configure the palm rejection, it still keeps saving the file as soon as I touch the bottom right corner with my palm. I like the S Note app, except for the resolution limit of the page.
Whatever the problem maybe with those apps, anyone has priorities and mine are the integration of notetaking with readers, since I'll be taking notes from documents I'll be reading in the same device. It would be very nice to have a notebook associated with a specific pdf, so that when touching to take notes (as with the double tap in Galaxy Note) the last point of the notebook would open, so as to be able to continue the note taking process. I don't think that such integration exist, so, if someone could point me those application which would make the process of taking notes on a notebook from information taken from a pdf one is reading on the same device as close to this integration as possible, I would be grateful.
Also, if there is a faster way to switch between apps than keeping the Home button pressed, please tell me. Switching between the note app and the reader multiple times while taking notes can, sometimes, be painful.