02-02-2012 04:07 PM
02-03-2012 07:00 AM
Was wondering if anyone here has found an Evernote/Catch knockoff that doesn't need to know what I ate for breakfast, my eye color, and what I plan to name my firstborn (I.e. permissions). I need a good brain organizer/to do list keeper. Would like to take photos in app and save them with notes.
The standard Notes Mobile can do that.
02-03-2012 08:56 PM
i've installed evernote and was dissapointed that it can't ink notes.
i came here to see if anyone had checked into MyScript Stylus Mobile which looks like an alternative ink process that might work with evernote (but don't want to shell our $9.99 to find out)
struggling because I use OneNote extensively and there's nothing so far in android that emulates it
02-15-2012 01:35 PM
Splashtop HD remote desktop (Completely hands down on this one, better than Cytrix).
ezPDF... it's good and great.. but it could be better.
Non paid apps (with ads unless you buy it):
File Manager HD (Really like it.. include the capacity to connect to network drives with NTFS)
Dolphin Browser HD -> Great alternative vs built in chrome.
DropBox -> Nice features.
MX Video Player -> makes use of Thinkpad Tablet tegra processor!) Download MX Video Player, then it will identify the required codec for tegra processor. (ARMv7).
IMDb: I love to check high def movie trailers, opinions ,etc.
02-17-2012 04:03 AM - edited 02-17-2012 04:04 AM
Definitely, quill is the best note taking application + using evernote and google document for text notes ..
Tried writepad stylus .. doesn't handle the landscape mode, what a shame.. still i'm looking for youtube on the tablet .. doesn't seems to work
02-17-2012 08:20 AM
02-22-2012 07:49 AM
dude...total respect to you but Adobe Ideas is horrible, SBP in miles ahead. Adobe ideas has way too many short comings 1st, it's twice the price of SBP with 1/32 the functionality. No layers, can't save any work as a jpg! It was created to be at best a electronic "yellow sticky note" for Illustrator. For this app to come from the great minds of Adobe it's almost unthinkable. Sorry to come across so strong