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I just bought my gf a new Note 10.1. Her first Android Tablet xD
I'm always working so I can only really have a play around during the weekends and myself don't use tablets so I don't really know the "Android Tablet space"

Please share Apps which you think works immaculately with the new Note and show off its stylus capabilities. It'll be good for all of us!

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I bet you're getting a lot of... attention I'm still new myself but the one app that find to be the most useful is Lecturenotes. Can't beat it for, well, you know.

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Lecture Notes it's amazing, it takes some time to customize it because it has a TON of options (which is a good thing), s-pen response it's the fastest I've ever tried.
For drawing Sketchbook Pro and Artflow are very good, the note comes with a free pro version of Sketchbook.

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Default I just got mine yesterday.

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Lecture Notes it's amazing, it takes some time to customize it because it has a TON of options (which is a good thing), s-pen response it's the fastest I've ever tried.
For drawing Sketchbook Pro and Artflow are very good, the note comes with a free pro version of Sketchbook.

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Just got mine yesterday and am still learning the device too!

I like Papyrus for note taking, a great app. I have not tried Lecturenotes, I will have to check that out.

Podcasts: BeyondPod is great and my unlock key for the phone version works on the tablet version as well.

Enjoy your Note 10.1!
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Hehe, thanks, you too. Papyrus is very nice looking, BUT, s-pen it's a little laggy. Lecture Notes is not as pretty but it's WAY more better and customizable, and there's no lag with the s-pen. Any app you buy can be used in all your devices, as long as you're using your same google account, so don't worry about that.

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Learn how to use XBMC. Search for xbmc android, then look for how to install wizard edition. You now have the best media tablet ever made!
Current Device: Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Verizon; Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 Edition)
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Lecture Notes it's amazing, it takes some time to customize it because it has a TON of options (which is a good thing), s-pen response it's the fastest I've ever tried.
For drawing Sketchbook Pro and Artflow are very good, the note comes with a free pro version of Sketchbook.

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Just discovered a useful setting for the Note 10.1 when used in the original Samsung case. You can deactivate the back button when using Lecture Notes, see Display settings in Lecture Note.

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