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Re: Ereader app with quality note taker?
That is better than the features in programs like Moon+ and other competition but I'm using ebooks that are ebups I usually convert into .mobi format or are native mobis. PDFs look horrible on my screen and I usually end up with missing text and images. However, that still feels like notes as markup or in margins. I was looking for an ereader that hopefully had the function of an extra blank window you could toggle to take notes with your keyboard similar to how you would during a lecture. ex.
-data structure or ADT useful for rapidly storing and retrieving data
-hierarchical inverted "tree structure", begins with a root value and separates into subtrees of linked nodes
-subtree composed of parent nodes and linked to up to 2 child nodes(leaves)
Root- top-most node in tree
Parent- node that has a child
Child- node extending from another node
But it keeps the book open in the background or the window only covers part of the screen. I know I could keep a note program open in the background and switch but it would be much slower and harder to reference content from the book while typing. I'm not sure if this is just difficult using android markup or if most people are fine with the note clips on Aldiko or Moon+ that devs haven't taken it the extra step. I was just hoping there was something I could find. Thanks