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HDMI
Posts: 148
Registered: ‎07-29-2008
Location: USA
Message 41 of 641 (1,103 Views)

Re: [App] Quill - handwritten notes (v2)

Wait, what's the difference between the free and the paid version?
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Posts: 11
Registered: ‎10-13-2011
Location: Sacramento, CA
Message 42 of 641 (1,074 Views)

Re: [App] Quill - handwritten notes (v2)

I think Volker1 said they're the same. Paying for it just gives you the convenience of automatic updates through the Market as they come out. And, of course, you can show a little love for the person that's developing this app for your use.

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Posts: 24
Registered: ‎10-04-2011
Location: Würzburg, Germany
Message 43 of 641 (1,040 Views)

Re: [App] Quill - handwritten notes (v2)

That was quick!  NiceSmiley Happy,

 

Could you add "saving to usbdrive" and "saving to a directory on the internal SD card" as exporting options?

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Posts: 10
Registered: ‎10-13-2011
Location: Czech Republic
Message 44 of 641 (960 Views)

Re: [App] Quill - handwritten notes (v2)

It´s amazing app! Great job. Could you add any kind of lined paper option please? Or maybe option to import lined paper like background and write in front of it. It would be nice.

See you space cowboy...
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Posts: 39
Registered: ‎09-26-2011
Location: germany
Message 45 of 641 (901 Views)

Re: [App] Quill - handwritten notes (v2)

Hey folks,

 

I also bought Volker1's App. Yes great job.

But a questiion to all here: what ist the difference between Quill app and writepad stylus app beside pressure sensitivity?

 

As far as I see writepad stylus is far more developed, isn't it? For example import from web feature.

 

Thanx!

 

Ian

802.11n
Posts: 349
Registered: ‎10-03-2011
Location: Canada
Message 46 of 641 (892 Views)

Re: [App] Quill - handwritten notes (v2)

From the looks of it, the difference in principle of storing data.

 

Quill, as Notes Mobile or Windows Journal, stores user strokes as vectors, an potentially can be converted to text, and/or smoothly resized. 

 

Writepad rasterizes user's strokes to bitmap.  And it's more developed at the moment too (although, Quill is catching up very fast).

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Posts: 6
Registered: ‎10-14-2011
Location: United States
Message 47 of 641 (829 Views)

Re: [App] Quill - handwritten notes (v2)

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I downloaded the free version to trial (thanks for this option). I've tried all the recommended apps in these threads and I think this has the potential to be the best. As it is right now, writepad better serves my needs. But, if you can add a lined paper option, and a back button to go along with the updates you've already mentioned I'll definitely purchase and use instead of writepad. Keep up the good work and hope purchase soon.

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Posts: 39
Registered: ‎09-26-2011
Location: germany
Message 48 of 641 (821 Views)

Re: [App] Quill - handwritten notes (v2)

Ah , I see vector versus bitmap... thats indeed a big difference, sure...

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Registered: ‎10-14-2011
Location: minnesota
Message 49 of 641 (768 Views)

Re: [App] Quill - handwritten notes (v2)

please charge more money for this to encourage your development please set up a donation for this app development for those of us who have already paid best notetaking app on the android market i would love COLLEGE ruled paper i would love integration with evernote i would donate 25 bucks whether or not you do the above if you set something up i would do anything to make this device work for what i bought it for - notetaking right now it feels worthless
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Posts: 67
Registered: ‎02-06-2011
Location: Pennsylvania, USA
Message 50 of 641 (750 Views)

Re: [App] Quill - handwritten notes

I love it!  I bought the Android market version to show my support!

 

A few things I would love to see:

  • Color toolbar - quick way to change pen color
  • Side button on the stylus activates eraser
  • Notebook management or integration to something that alrady does it - EverNote/Google Docs?

 

Awesome!  Thanks!

 

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