02-04-2012 11:12 AM - edited 02-04-2012 11:13 AM
02-06-2012 08:41 AM
Anomoly: LectureNotes is available on the Android Market (D'uh!), but searching for it (as "lecturenotes" or as "lecture notes") on AppBrain.com reveals nothing.
I used to prefer Appbrain as a pc-based way to research apps. When I jumped on the Android bandwagon about 18 mos. ago, the Android Market website (not the market app itself) only listed a handful of apps and was not useful at all. To see the full list of avaialable apps, you had to run the Android Market app on your phone, which wasn't nearly as fast, friendly or useful as it is today. This tells me that it's time to stop using appbrain.
04-15-2012 09:19 AM
just for your attention, in the most recent update of lecture notes pressure sensitive pens are available, a feature i was waiting for a while. after a short test the apps remained quite responsive, which is good. lot's of other features appeared (hide honeybar on rooted apps, pen button as eraser, layers, etc lots of stuff actually) as well recently.
i think the app is quite capable for sketching as well now. the gui is not as good for that as eg. of sketchbook pro, but the pen-only mode makes it just way more usable and in sketchbook there is no way to organize your sketches, whereas here you can move them around in many ways.
04-21-2012 11:26 AM
It works with choosing quickpic.
This app shows you then at top a camera icon with which you are directed to the camera
04-21-2012 12:13 PM - edited 04-21-2012 12:16 PM
Quill feels still "quicker" and to remove a whole pen stroke is also very nice.
If it would have an option for moving written parts, I would only use Quill.
Atm I am still switching beetween both.
I hope there is soon an option to get PDFs or parts of it
so you can answer questions in assignments easier.
04-21-2012 12:54 PM
04-24-2012 06:30 AM
Is it possible to have different backgrounds (or patterns) on different pages in the same book? I know it can be done with Quill. The reason for this is that students sometimes need to draw graphs/charts, and it would be nice to have a checkered pattern on select pages within the notebook.
Also, is it possible to import Quill notebooks into LectureNotes? Most of my notes were taken on Quill before this app was out. As much as I like Quill for it's simplicity (I still use it for quick notes, etc.), LectureNotes is just more functional from a students' point of view.