"Notes" on Galaxy s3?Support


  1. in2bashun

    in2bashun Member

    I just purchased a Samsung Galaxy s3, after having used the iPhone for years. My question is, how do I save "Notes" to a Folder on the Galaxy, as I did on my iPhone? :confused:
    Thanks

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  2. artbytes

    artbytes Well-Known Member

    I have an app called "One Punch Notes" that works well for me. I'm sure there are other good notes apps, as well.
  3. ryandelman

    ryandelman Well-Known Member

    Try Colornote.

    Download it from the Play Store. You can store notes to it, create sticky notes from it and you can share them via email, messenger, or various social media, or use them as pop-up-type alarm notifications.

    -Ryan
  4. scary alien

    scary alien not really so scary Moderator

    Hey guys, I've moved your thread from the all-things-root sub-forum up to the main SGS3 forum for you.

    Cheers!
  5. sdtag

    sdtag Well-Known Member

    I like Evernote. You can type, speak, take pictures, it's great. And it syncs to the PC too.
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  6. Rolo42

    Rolo42 Well-Known Member

    The phone comes with S Note; I assume that's what it does.

    I use Evernote as well...one of the best apps ever (on Android and PC).
  7. johnnylighton

    johnnylighton Well-Known Member

    +1 on Colornote.
  8. mcdrun

    mcdrun New Member

    I come from iOs too. S-Notes is the dumbest application I've seen. It is full with features and can not do the simplest thing - display the notes. Every time I try to read a note the damned toolbar shows up and I cannot read it, because usually notes are a line or two long. Why the he'll would someone need a toolbar when not editing? Good phone, lots of features, but most of them implemented in the worst possible way! There are good things too of course, but it is so obvious that a lot of stuff is implemented just to be available, without a proper design.

    The home screen repaints awfully when exiting a heavy application, contacts take at least 5 seconds to load...

    The fact that this never happened with a 600mhz 512mb iPhone speaks for the quality of development. Do not get me wrong - I am not an Apple fan - I am a developer and a project manager myself!
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