I like it... don't know how much use I'll get out of it. I'm more impressed at how Asus is handling updates. My only gripe was the NVIDIA app not working a few weeks back, but I figured out how to fix that on my own.
I played around with it today, and I must say that the handwriting tool is the best one I have seen from any of the other note taking apps I've tried. That said, I would like to be able to record audio and take handwritten notes at the same time. Doesn't look like SuperNote can do that. I'm stuck using another app to record lectures, while I take notes with this one.
the interface is great. Simple, yet very powerful. You can combine typed text with drawings and handwitten text, all on the fly. And you can easily place your cursor anywhere on the page that you want. Very useful.
This definitely reminds me of FreeNote, which I've been using for a while to take notes. It would be great if I could export my notes to this as I wouldn't be keen on manually redoing my notes for this app.
You can export notes from SuperNote as jpg images one page at a time and attach them in Evernote. That's all I could ask for.
The Notes app on the HTC Jetstream is built on the Evernote API, so notes you take there automatically sync into your Evernotes notebook(s). Thus, you could take a handwritten note on the Jetstream, then open the same note on your PC and edit it (with text), then go back to your note on the Jetstream and add more handwritten stuff.
THAT is all you could ask for, I think.
I've been thinking about getting the Jetstream just for this ability. When I saw the announcement about SuperNote, I was hoping it would do instead. But, without true integration with Evernote, the ability to export JPGs to Evernote makes it a very poor second place to what the Jetstream does.
A stylus is practically all I use with this new app. Works beautifully. You may have to fiddle with the settings for how long it takes to accept what you've written. The default is 400ms, and I found that a little too fast for my writing style and upped it to 600ms, which seems just right.
Yea. my concern is having my notes locked up in it and not being able to use/view them elsewhere.
yeah sorry to say you cant open the files on other devices, as far as saving them on web storage or transfering them to any version of windows (yes i tired all the ones capable lol) you cant edit or even read them UNLESS you export them as a jpg. it carries no format info. even if you back it up on the transformer prime you cant re-open it. what a joke....
but really how versatile is that.....this is such a cool app but imo its just useless till they optimize it so we can transfer the files so we cna edit and save them to our hard drive and other devices.
i really believe if they made this app right it would have really been THE next big thing for tablet U.I.