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INKredible: The best note taking app

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5th June 2014, 11:58 PM   |  #1  
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Ever since I've switched to Android I've always wondered if there was an app that could offer the same writing experience the iPad apps had. Papyrus was one of them, however with this screen resolution I don't really enjoy it anymore.
And then I spotted this gem.
INKredible has by far the best note taking experience this tablet can offer.
The devs have just begun porting their ios app (notes plus) to Android, therefore there're not a lot of features baked into the app yet. So be sure to show your support too the devs as it may help in speeding up this process

Link: look it up in the store as I can't yet paste links...

I'd like to know your note taking experience with this app and how it compares to other note taking apps.
If you know an equally good one be sure to tell us aswell.
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6th June 2014, 02:44 AM   |  #2  
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I just tried it. Its got very nice hand writing rendering, better than Papyrus and LectureNotes and on par with S-Notes. Very clean intetface. S-pen button works too (you hear that Papyrus!!!) But I dont like how you can't disable finger writing all together like Papyrus. No text input or means to cut and paste from within your notes AFAIK.

I havent been able to find any kind import functionality either which pretty much ruins it for me.

Its a great start though. I hope they continue to improve it.
6th June 2014, 03:42 AM   |  #3  
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Here ya go

https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...ran.INKredible

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6th June 2014, 11:14 AM   |  #4  
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I just tried it. Its got very nice hand writing rendering, better than Papyrus and LectureNotes and on par with S-Notes. Very clean intetface. S-pen button works too (you hear that Papyrus!!!) But I dont like how you can't disable finger writing all together like Papyrus. No text input or means to cut and paste from within your notes AFAIK.

I havent been able to find any kind import functionality either which pretty much ruins it for me.

Its a great start though. I hope they continue to improve it.

Features wise its very minimalistic (I think they're trying to perfect the writing xp first), however that won't be the case for long.
I didn't realise that the spen button had a function within inkcredible , did you disable the default button action via the GMD s-pen app?

I don't really agree with it being an par with snotes, its more like the other way around.
Snotes has a decent note taking experience, if you compare it with a blackboard writing style then its without opactity variances but with thickness variances (also there are no thickness drops if you set the stroke thickness to 10 or 11). Plus ,in my opninion, INKredible feels and appears more natural.

The moment we get some more features I'll be uninstalling snotes and papyrus

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Features wise its very minimalistic (I think they're trying to perfect the writing xp first), however that won't be the case for long.
I didn't realise that the spen button had a function within inkcredible , did you disable the default button action via the GMD s-pen app?

I don't really agree with it being an par with snotes, its more like the other way around.
Snotes has a decent note taking experience, if you compare it with a blackboard writing style then its without opactity variances but with thickness variances (also there are no thickness drops if you set the stroke thickness to 10 or 11). Plus ,in my opninion, INKredible feels and appears more natural.

The moment we get some more features I'll be uninstalling snotes and papyrus

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I just disabled air commands. If I press the stylus button while hovering, it switches back and fours between eraser and pen. Very nice feature. I don't understand why Papyrus devs are so adament about Samsung being at fault for their lack of s-pen button support. Both Lecturenotes and now Inkredible support it now, even without GMD!
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I just disabled air commands. If I press the stylus button while hovering, it switches back and fours between eraser and pen. Very nice feature. I don't understand why Papyrus devs are so adament about Samsung being at fault for their lack of s-pen button support. Both Lecturenotes and now Inkredible support it now, even without GMD!

Oh I'll check that out, thanks for the tip!
With inkredible its also possible to draw a circle around a portion of text and drag and drop it to somewhere else or do some other action too the selected portion .
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Oh I'll check that out, thanks for the tip!
With inkredible its also possible to draw a circle around a portion of text and drag and drop it to somewhere else or do some other action too the selected portion .

Great tip! Didn't know i can do that.
7th June 2014, 08:23 AM   |  #8  
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big potential. some delay in rendering. no possibility to maintain colors and transparency switching between different tools. could be a very interesting tool

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