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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by skwerl, May 23, 2011.

  1. skwerl

    skwerl Newbie
    Thread Starter

    I LOVE my Asus Transformer!

    However, I have yet to find a Sytlus and Handwriting Recognition App.

    Anyone have such luck?



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  2. rogone

    rogone Member

    I have an AYL slim capacitive stylus I got from Amazon and downloaded the free genial writing and the hadrite apps. I haven't yet decided which of the apps I like best but neither was what I was really looking for. I wanted something that would be like a electrnoic piece of paper that I could write on without all the very finite controls on letter size, etc.
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  3. archercc

    archercc Android Enthusiast

    I like handrite, it takes what you wrote and shrinks it down to fit on a line so you can write as big and as messy as youd like.
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  4. mobimop

    mobimop Well-Known Member

    Is that in the market place?
  5. rogone

    rogone Member

    Both Handrite and Genial writing are on the market. There is both a free and paid verison of each. Download the free version of each and try them out to see which one you like the best. Hope this helps.
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  6. Parafly9

    Parafly9 Newbie

    how do you guys think these compare to actually writing on a pad of paper.
  7. archercc

    archercc Android Enthusiast

    Nothing is going to be the same but its usable. What I would like to see is an expansion on what you can do with the flyer. Where it syncs up notes with audio and pictures so you can revisit what was going on in your meeting when you took the note.

    Ill be getting a 3rd party stylus because they are cheap and I want to try it. The Dagi looks to be the most precise but I want one I can write at any angle, preferably still a thin button, as thin or thinner than a pencil eraser.
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  8. skwerl

    skwerl Newbie
    Thread Starter

    Great suggestions!

    Thanks everyone :-D

ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Forum

The ASUS Eee Pad Transformer release date was April 2011. Features and Specs include a 10.1" inch screen, 5MP camera, 1GB RAM, and Nvidia Tegra 2 T20 processor.

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