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I just wanted to share this new app with the community. It's called S-pen Recorder for Note 10.1 2014 and is available in the Samsung App store. It allows pdf hand written notes to be synced with recorded audio. You can also click a portion of your written text and the audio recorded at that moment will be played. One note, Spen SDK must be installed from Google Play store or this app won't work. I found this out by emailing the developer who responded promptly and was very helpful. This is the 1st app on Android that I have seen that adds my most missed feature from Notability on my old Ipad. Glad it's available for our Notes!
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very interesting hint. thx

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I can't seem to be able to find this app in the Samsung Store. Can you or anyone point me in the right direction please?

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To get the app you have to visit the Samsung App Store from your Note. It won't show up if you look it up on a phone unless you use a Web browser and select your Note on the left. I hope this link below works.

http://apps.samsung.com/mars/topApps...893|@title=nil
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Lecture Notes.

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[QUOTE=BclingergFJ;50684375]Lecture Notes.

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Lecture Notes is a great app but it doesnt allow you to click a portion of written text and have the audio play from that exact spot.
 
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Does this work with any application using the pen, including Lecture Notes?

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Lecture Notes is a great app but it doesnt allow you to click a portion of written text and have the audio play from that exact spot.
Actually, it does. I use it all the time.

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Does this work with any application using the pen, including Lecture Notes?<br />
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Care to share how?
I emailed the developer of Lecture Notes 2 weeks ago and he told me it didn't offer that function.


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It's a lecture notes add on. Just search for lecturerecordings.

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