From the front, the tablet looks… more or less like any other tablet released in the past decade. The Acer logo is on the bottom of the tablet when held in portrait modeand a front-facing camera at the top. The stylus measures about 3. The demo unit Acer sent me also has the serial number, FCC ID, and other information pasted in stickers on the right side of the tablet.
INKredible is a neat app that offers those that are more used to writing with their hands a way to do that on any Android device. Of course, you need a decent stylus to make this happen, but not everyone has a Galaxy Note device and this app even claims to have smart palm rejection.
It might not be perfect, but for those looking to actually write with a pen-like experience without buying oodles of new hardware, this is one of the better options out there. Simplenote From the developers behind WordPress, Simplenote is an app that lives up to its name.
The only problem people seem to have with it is the bizarre default font choice, but if you want a modern, well-supported note app that just works, this is not a bad option by any means. OneNote OneNote has been around for some time now, but more recently Microsoft has been pushing cross-platform work across their products.
With support for drawing notes, inserting images and web clipping, OneNote does it all and is surprisingly quick to sync as well. Notes by Cubeactive Notes by Cubeactive is simple, yet good-looking thanks to some Material Design chops and good support for tablets and larger devices.
It syncs through Google Drive and is a good option for those looking for an Android-only kind of app that hinges on Google services. Now, if you want to share notes, format content and embed pictures and audio clips, Keep can do all of that as well.
A solid app from Google that works well, Keep is well worth trying out. Drafts of articles, well-thought plans or just memories from trips and notes from class, Better Diary is for the lengthy writers out there. Plus, it also works with the Pebble line of watches thanks to their integration with Android Wear on the phone side of things.
This allows Android Wear devices to input notes with their voice as well as take notes off of their phone with them, so it ticks a few more boxes as a result. More complex than Keep and more flexible than OneNote, Evernote is right up there with the best of them.
It works on Android, your Android Wear watch, online and beyond.
You can use handwriting or input with a keyboard with Well Notes and it blends together the options of having your notes and to-do lists all in one app. A good option for those focusing more on text than anything else, Well Notes gets the job done.It’s amazing how pen and paper, two inventions dating back to thousands of years ago, have been almost irreplaceable.
Until now. Inheriting the best inking feature from the popular Notes Plus app, now with its own automatic palm and wrist rejection, INKredible will make writing on a tablet feel as good as, or even greater than, pen on paper.
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It tries to focus on a no distraction experience. Most of its features are under-the-hood items that include palm and wrist rejection, a smooth experience, and they attempt to make the experience as realistic as possible. The ZenBook series is renowned for superb display quality, and ZenBook UX is no exception.
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Combined with an Adonit stylus, you get features like Pressure Sensitivity and Palm Rejection.