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Re: S-Note and Evernote
care to elaborate?
I have to admit the S-Note on 2014 isn't as easy to use as the S-Note on the 2012 ... and the 2012 S-Note wasn't flawless to begin...
from what i know-
snote is now pc compatible and pc editable (.spd extentsion) . evernote modifies this to pdf not a native samsung format at all (it becomes an image pdf). also, samsung account (cloud sort of) also lets you sync notes over interne and at the end of the day i just use my blue tooth to transfer my files from my phone to pc. also snote has magnified box for handwriting input on small screen. evernote doesnt and i dont know about papyrus.
from my experience-
- well integrated to samsung device
- has magnification handwriting box for small creen note series mobiles
- now editable in pc as snote has a pc version
- can be reused by mobile snote again in native/original format
- to be kept in native format has to avoid evernote but evernote has great and trusted syncing frequency and fidelity
1. for sharing handwritten notes over net- multimember projects- every body has same notebook - not the copy of the same note book,
2. onenote has great windows pc integration and exceptionally good organizing capability, evernote not so great.
3. one note comes bundled with office 365 too and online notebooks sync with one drive
4. evernote sync is automatic
5. onenote and evernote are veteran players in the game with excellent reputation
6. onenote and evernote are cross platform (yes one note has android and mac versions too, albeit glitchy)
2. doesnt lets you annonate pdfs in pc and skitch annotations are not editable in adobe reader.
3. is paid service after one year- you have already paid in full for snote when u paid for the phone
4. onenote sucks on mobile evernote is relatively bit better
5. requires internet
6. no offline notebooks after one year
i have a 1 year evernote subscription (came with note3neo) but i am more than sure i am not gonna put my money in it next year. i had one year one note subscription (office 365 bundled with nokia lumia 710) but never was able to use it because of the redundant mobile version one note is messier than real world post it notes and more expensive than a real domestic help (more helpful than a windowsphone for keeping stuff organised).
and being a fresh medical graduate my work involves obscene amount of handwritten note taking and 10 hour long weekly superfast seminars with a lot of diagrams and flow charts. so, i just bought note 3 neo for the wacom stylus (my employer offers cheap loans for every thing from t.v to phones). the loan this time was for phones only ( with 8" note 8 and 6.6 " z ultra out of production and also note4 note edge and note3 out of my budget i settled on note3 neo)
i am new to the smartphone game, my first smartphone is still within warranty period.). smartphones without smarter pcs to fine tune them are quite dumb. but larger flat screens of pc and smart-tvs have a dumbing effect on all men. i was never gonna buy another smartphone.
they are neither good computers nor long lasting phones, i know going paperless isnt as ecofriendly - all these devices turn into eco waste 3 years later- i have similar views about laptops, ultrabooks and tablets- obviously gorilla glass has a longer halflife than paper. but i got sickof thousand bits of unfiled papers and notebooks filled with my indiscernible hand writing. but recently i decided to fight back adult adhd like an adult. i am not the kind who caries a pencil on him every where but my phone does carry a stylus fr me.
notes are important to me- but at the moment i am confused- so i need suggestionss- is snote safe? and is papyrus free? does papyrus has crossplatform reach(pc), or i should just stick to evernote for this year and renew subscription next year.
and which has better integration with spen evernote or snote?