Jotter (For Galaxy Note)

Jotter (For Galaxy Note)


NOTE: Made for Galaxy Note with S-Pen.
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NOTE: IN PORTRAIT MODE, SWIPE TO THE LEFT ON THE TOOLBAR TO SEE MORE BUTTONS

Take advantage of Jotter's (optional) 100% palm reject and write naturally. You will be able to rest your hand on your screen the way you naturally do with paper.

VISUAL SEARCH: Easily navigate between pages of a notebook using the page preview and navigation feature.

Pinch, zoom and two-finger scrolling while maintaining palm rejection functionality.

Clone pages.

Drag and drop page re-ordering.

Add images to notes from phone gallery or camera.

Notebook-linked widgets.

Create PDF files from hand-written notebooks.

Easily upload notebooks as PDFs to Google Docs (free Google Docs app must be installed).

Strong encryption ensures that your thoughts and drawing stay private.

Optionally disable the back button while writing to make it even easier to rest your hand on the screen without being kicked out of the application.

Landscape mode makes it easy to write without accidentally hitting any of the capacitive touch buttons, especially with the AT&T Galaxy Note with 4 capacitive buttons. Capacitive buttons can be orientated to the right or left of the phone.

Choose from one of several background colors. Background colors are unique to each notebook and can be changed anytime.

Share notebook pages with Facebook, GMail, Evernote, Cloud Print, Google Docs, SocialHub and more.

Add and remove background lines anytime. Export notebook pages with or without background lines.

When the diary background type is selected for a notebook, now pages have the current date and time inserted. Date and time can be erased with the eraser tool.

Pressure-sensitive writing and drawing.

Left-handed writing compatibility mode.

Jotter keeps backups of all notes; one for the last 2 hours, one for the last 1 day, one for the last 1 week and one for the last 1 month.

Ability to change/specify Jotter's storage root folder. Save your notebooks in an external SD card if you want.

Jotter's forum is at http://forum.intulon.com/viewforum.php?f=11
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$3.99
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About Jotter (For Galaxy Note)
NOTE: Made for Galaxy Note with S-Pen.
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NOTE: IN PORTRAIT MODE, SWIPE TO THE LEFT ON THE TOOLBAR TO SEE MORE BUTTONS

Take advantage of Jotter's (optional) 100% palm reject and write naturally. You will be able to rest your hand on your screen the way you naturally do with paper.

VISUAL SEARCH: Easily navigate between pages of a notebook using the page preview and navigation feature.

Pinch, zoom and two-finger scrolling while maintaining palm rejection functionality.

Clone pages.

Drag and drop page re-ordering.

Add images to notes from phone gallery or camera.

Notebook-linked widgets.

Create PDF files from hand-written notebooks.

Easily upload notebooks as PDFs to Google Docs (free Google Docs app must be installed).

Strong encryption ensures that your thoughts and drawing stay private.

Optionally disable the back button while writing to make it even easier to rest your hand on the screen without being kicked out of the application.

Landscape mode makes it easy to write without accidentally hitting any of the capacitive touch buttons, especially with the AT&T Galaxy Note with 4 capacitive buttons. Capacitive buttons can be orientated to the right or left of the phone.

Choose from one of several background colors. Background colors are unique to each notebook and can be changed anytime.

Share notebook pages with Facebook, GMail, Evernote, Cloud Print, Google Docs, SocialHub and more.

Add and remove background lines anytime. Export notebook pages with or without background lines.

When the diary background type is selected for a notebook, now pages have the current date and time inserted. Date and time can be erased with the eraser tool.

Pressure-sensitive writing and drawing.

Left-handed writing compatibility mode.

Jotter keeps backups of all notes; one for the last 2 hours, one for the last 1 day, one for the last 1 week and one for the last 1 month.

Ability to change/specify Jotter's storage root folder. Save your notebooks in an external SD card if you want.

Jotter's forum is at http://forum.intulon.com/viewforum.php?f=11

User reviews of Jotter (For Galaxy Note)
I'll be honest. I was excited for this app because I've always wanted full palm rejection when writing ever since I got my Galaxy Note. Then came this app. It's great for THAT part but I was disappointed otherwise. Didn't even have landscape and was buggy all over. Settings don't save either. And now the dev pushed the price to 4.99usd when it isn't even the least bit ready for primetime. Please rectify.
Jan 4, 2012
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Dec 6, 2014
It freezes on my Note 3 It takes too much time to pass from one page to the other. And the widget is too unstable. Also a few bugs are still there. For example if you are on the last page and for mistake you press the arrow to go to the following page, you can't cancel the operation and have to create a new page in order to go back. It sometime takes a lot to exit the app even in case of a single initial page. Other issues when you try to paste a copied text. And no update from months. I'm sorry, but It doesn't worth its price.
A Google User
Sep 1, 2014
Best I could find so far Does the job --- less likely than the others to overheat my device --- and best of all, upfront price (no bait-and-switch in-app purchases that you can't tape after a device reset).
A Google User
Aug 9, 2014
It often freezes on my Note 3 It takes too much time to pass from one page to the other. And the widget is too unstable. Also a few bugs are still there. For example if you are on the last page and for mistake you press the arrow to go to the following page, you can't cancel the operation and have to create a new page in order to go back. It sometime takes a lot to exit the app even in case of a single initial page. Other issues when you try to paste a copied text. And no update from months. I'm sorry, but It doesn't worth its price.
A Google User
May 9, 2014
Works fine but Widget keeps on crashing and it needs a few features like the ability to copy and past part of a page. Passing from a page to the following one or the previous one is a little slow. But it is still my favorite app to take notes.
A Google User
Mar 28, 2014
Works fine but Widget keeps on crashing and it needs a few features like the ability to copy and past part of a page.