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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Shofar, Jul 2, 2013.

  1. Shofar

    Shofar Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    Any suggestions on 3rd party S Pen apps?

    Thanks,

    Shofar
     



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  2. NeoGrandizer

    NeoGrandizer Android Expert

    Quite a few apps available.

    Sketchbook Pro
    Lecture Notes
    Infinite Painter
    Papyrus
    Moleskine Journal
     
  3. eyecon82

    eyecon82 Well-Known Member

    you can also go into "samsung apps" and there is a whole subcategory for s-pen apps
     
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  4. brecklundin

    brecklundin Lurker

    The other day while hunting s-pen apps I was checking out Papyrus android app because much as I like Lecture Note and S-note they both can get on my last nerve. I stumbled across what bills itself as a "stylus based wordprocessor". It's called Write by Stylus Labs... watched the video demo of Papyrus in Play Store then stumbled across a Stylus Write video... I was instantly smitten.

    website: http://styluslabs.com

    Here is that video:

    I think that shows how powerful a tool an active stylus could become.

    Best of all the app is FREE!
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.styluslabs.write

    Obviously this is based on a very brief interaction, maybe 30mins, so before the net nitpickers decend, lighten up. :p these things take time but I 'm hoping a few folks have tried it already & can add their take comparing to other options.

    I was leaning to switching to Papyrus but it just did not feel like a good fit for me. Know what I mean? Some apps just don't feel right to you. Write, however, appeals to me on some visceral level

    Found the twitter feed for Stylus Labs:
    https://twitter.com/styluslabs

    The dev is quite responsive to questions and has chimed in over on threads @ XDA as well as email questions.

    I like this app a great deal. It's still "green", however, it is already easy to work with. For example the file format used for notes is a combo of SVG plus HTML (page layouts). The SVG is nifty as it leaves the notes in a quite portable format read on almost any device.
     
  5. Benjie

    Benjie Android Enthusiast

    Look at Lecture Notes.
     
  6. alfmeister

    alfmeister Lurker

    'Photo Desk' is designed for the Note 8.0 and I like it better than the Gallery app.
    I also like the 'Write' app which is a word processor for handwriting.
    Both of these apps are free and without advertising.
     
  7. rumatt

    rumatt Lurker

    Write is awesome.
     
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