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Paper Tape
Posts: 13
Registered: ‎05-08-2012
Location: US
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Web-based word processor/sketch pad: bubbles

I read the lifehacker article mentioning this webapp, but I don't have my TPT by my side right now. Just wondering if anyone has tried it? It seems interesting especially with pen only mode with ICS. 

 

bubbleideas dot com

 

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Fanfold Paper
Posts: 15
Registered: ‎06-05-2012
Location: European Union
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Re: Web-based word processor/sketch pad: bubbles

just tried it. terribly slow - unusable. Better use Quill or Lecture notes and send the email as pdf.....
What's DOS?
Posts: 1
Registered: ‎09-14-2012
Location: California
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Re: Web-based word processor/sketch pad: bubbles

Hey thanks for trying our application and for your candid feedback on it. We have worked harder and released a very fast version recently.

 

Will be really nice to have your thoughts on it again, as we're trying to improve and give get to the level.

 

Warm regards,

 

Arvind Nigam

CEO & Founder - @bubbles

802.11n
Posts: 247
Registered: ‎05-30-2012
Location: [ROW] Tomsk, Russia

Re: Web-based word processor/sketch pad: bubbles

you do have sense of humour:
on registration it asks about password and shows its level and different crack capabilities:
crack time: 3 letters-instant, 8 letters 2 numbers -centuries -__-
got password level - awesome ;]

Great capabilities, but I think it won't be useable unless google invent a desktop-featured browser which will be as fast as stock one.
>pen strokes delayed(line follows my pen but with delay)
>text bit laggy
>color picker bit glitchy

for now, it's best online text tool I've ever seen. You must learn, myscript! Smiley Very Happy