Best Note Taking apps for Galaxy Note 2General

Last Updated:

  1. rgp CellarMaker

    rgp CellarMaker New Member

    I love the Galaxy Note 2!! :D

    The only app I am jealous of the iPhone/iPad is the Note Taker HD. Are there any apps like this one for Android, especially for the Galaxy Note 2? I need to be able to import a photo of a building, work space, etc., and then draw STRAIGHT lines for dimensioning purposes. Also, the ability to enter notes as text would be very helpful. Any ideas about apps with these capabilities?

  2. lcneed

    lcneed Well-Known Member

    You don't like S Note?
  3. pughde

    pughde New Member

    Sounds like something I could use.
  4. TapperP

    TapperP Member

    Contact the developer of Note Taker HD, and ask about an Android version, and maybe even ask for a Note enhanced version. I've got to think the SG Notes would fascinate someone who writes a note-taking app.
  5. R4nd0mJ0k3r

    R4nd0mJ0k3r Well-Known Member

    S Note can do all this. Comes pre-installed on your Note 2.
  6. Elantric

    Elantric Well-Known Member

    Springpad works well on the Note 2



    Springpad is an amazing way to save, share and act on what's important to you.Save what you love, organize it into smart notebooks, collaborate with others and share it with the world. Your life will never be the same.
    Save anything, from anywhere.
    - Collect things you find on the go or on the web.
    - Clip an article, snap a photo, scan a barcode, record a voice memo or save a nearby place.
    - Access the things you save from any of your devices.
    Whatever you save, we'll make it better.
    - Save a restaurant, and we'll give you a map and reviews.
    - Save a movie, and we'll add Rotten Tomatoes reviews and nearby showtimes.
    - Save a recipe, and we'll create an ingredient list and suggest wine pairings.
    - Save a product, and we'll tell you when there's a price drop. Get the idea?
    Collaborate on notebooks with friends, family and co-workers.
    - Invite your family to collect ideas for your upcoming family vacation.
    - Invite your foodie friends to share their favorite recipes.
    - Invite your spouse to save restaurant and movie ideas for date night.
    - Collaborate with co-workers on a project, or collect must-read industry articles.
    Share and discover great content.
    From "Favorite West Village Brunch Spots" to "Essential Beach Reads," the notebooks you curate could be valuable to others. Springpad lets you easily share your best notebooks with the world. You can also explore and follow notebooks from other users within the Springpad community.
    How might you use Springpad?
    1. Save your favorite recipes - invite your family to collaborate, access ingredients on the go.
    2. Plan your next vacation - save hotel, restaurants, activities, subway maps, etc.
    3. Save bookmarks for reading later - never forget an important article or book.
    4. Create a movies-I-must-see-this-summer-or-else list.
    5. Build wish lists and shopping lists.
    6. Collaborate with co-workers on a project.

    and of course there is



    Evernote Widget

  7. just123

    just123 Active Member

    And you can sync snote to evernote, as i discovered today.
  8. Elantric

    Elantric Well-Known Member

  9. blaxican25

    blaxican25 Well-Known Member

  10. Elantric

    Elantric Well-Known Member

    This one also looks good and straightforward

    Papyrus Beta
    Papyrus | Samsung Galaxy Note S Pen App Challenge

  11. NeoGrandizer

    NeoGrandizer Well-Known Member

    Papyrus Beta

    I use it on the Note 5.3 and Note 10.1. It has palm rejection. You can use the pen to write and finger to erase.
  12. opalfrog

    opalfrog Well-Known Member

    I talked to the makers of the Note Taker HD app and they said they had no plans of making an app for Android=( I've been looking for an app that compares too and so far I haven't found anything I like. Most don't have the magnified window at the bottom to write in and the ones that do don't have auto advance that I've seen.
    Antipaper Notes comes close but has a few drawbacks. No auto advance that I've found, when in portrat mode some of the buttons on top are cut off on the sides, and you can't pay for it through google play but overall it seems to come close.
  13. manticore999

    manticore999 Member

    How? This would be great!
  14. girolez

    girolez Often Off Piste Guide


    To the OP

    I think you need "Measure & Sketch" by druidlab


Share This Page