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One program I really like and am getting to know better is, RepliGo. Its a PDF reader that allow you to edit, highlight, underline, etc. You can find it in the google play store. Its $2.99 if memory serves me.
Well, Radaee PDF Reader is an pdf reader that can handle annotation pretty well. Give it a try!
 
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I've been looking around on the web for a compatible good stylus to annotate PDF-files etc. (not so much for drawing, nor for writing long texts, but to write a few words etc.).
Did any of you test the HEX3 NOTA , the Truglide Apex or the Adonit Jot Script? (those battery-powered to use smaller tips, but without discs)
There seem to be some new similar products coming (but not on sale yet), like the Yufu Focus and Just Mobile Alupen Digital.
Those are not cheap, bu at least they could be used on (almost?) any tablet.

(I know the Jot Script uses BLE/BT4 for some features (pressure sensitivity and palm rejection), which won't work on the Nook HD+ for the moment, but if the higher precision is already there, it'd be already nice.)
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