LectureNotes is an Android app for note-taking by handwriting on the screen, in particular with a stylus.
It has been designed while having a consumer at college (or at school) in thoughts, for example a lecturer who’s the usage of it for getting ready her/his lecture or even for exact instructing (by means of writing on the tool and projecting the display content material for the target audience) or a pupil who’s the use of it for taking handwritten notes right through a lecture. Then again, it has discovered many customers out of doors college, for example businesspersons who use it for industry notes and gross sales shows or artists who use it to create sketches and drawings.
Its main goal units are tablets with Android 3.0 or later (it is developed on a Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 with an S-pen, and an Asus Nexus 7, a Samsung Nexus 10, an Amazon Kindle Fireplace HD, and an Asus MeMO Pad with an Adonit Jot Pro and a Wacom Bamboo stylus). The elemental performance works on all devices with Android 3.0 or later, however some that are hardware-established equivalent to pressure sensitivity may no longer.
NOTE: There is a free trial version to test if the app is right for you. The free trial version is fully functional with the exception that the number of notebooks is constrained to two, with no more than eight pages per notebook.
* text layer and text drawing tool improved
* export to PDF improved
* export to Evernote and to OneNote improved
* share individual layer added
* issues solved on devices with latest Android 5.0 version
* adjustable delay for two fingers gesture added
* adjustable delay for two fingers enter zone gesture brought
* adjustable delay for two fingers secure zone gesture brought
* new customized paper sample and custom drawing tool instructions brought
* size of pointer made adjustable