Note To GDocs

Note To GDocs


NotesToGDocs aim to be the fastest possible way to store a note on Google Drive™.

The app is integrated with Google Drive using the Google Drive SDK/API

Creating a note is really simple:
- Open the App
- Write the note, or use voice recognition
- Close the app or hit Done
- Nothing more than that. Super Fast and Simple.

And the note is Saved right away saved in your Drive Folder.

If you need to edit the note because you missed something click on the notification and you can edit it with Google Drive App.

Google Drive is a trademark of Google Inc.
Use of this trademark is subject to Google Permissions.

**ATTENTION**
This App is not to be considered a replacement for the official Google Drive Android App, so edit will NOT be implemented.
The official App make a way better job as I could possibly implement.

In the settings menu you can switch account and select the folder on Your Drive Account where the notes will be stored.
If you need to select a subfolder, double tap on a folder to load it's content.
The ".." enable you to go up a level in the folder hierarchy.

The app support AirView/Multiview on Samsung's device (Thanks to Matteo Luigi Riso for the Screenshot and the post with the info to enable it).

Please provide Issues and Feature Requests on GitHub Issue Tracker
https://github.com/SmokyBob/NoteToGDocs/issues

Google Plus Page:
http://gplus.to/notestogdocs

Recent changes:
v1.0.7
Fix on "Previous Notes" title showing Folder list instead of Note List
Check for Network Access before Trying to perform Network Operations

v1.0.7.1
Smaller APK

v1.0.7.2
Fixed Settings Crash
(Deeply sorry for the problem)
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4.1
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84
Installs
5,000+
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1
File size
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About Note To GDocs
NotesToGDocs aim to be the fastest possible way to store a note on Google Drive™.

The app is integrated with Google Drive using the Google Drive SDK/API

Creating a note is really simple:
- Open the App
- Write the note, or use voice recognition
- Close the app or hit Done
- Nothing more than that. Super Fast and Simple.

And the note is Saved right away saved in your Drive Folder.

If you need to edit the note because you missed something click on the notification and you can edit it with Google Drive App.

Google Drive is a trademark of Google Inc.
Use of this trademark is subject to Google Permissions.

**ATTENTION**
This App is not to be considered a replacement for the official Google Drive Android App, so edit will NOT be implemented.
The official App make a way better job as I could possibly implement.

In the settings menu you can switch account and select the folder on Your Drive Account where the notes will be stored.
If you need to select a subfolder, double tap on a folder to load it's content.
The ".." enable you to go up a level in the folder hierarchy.

The app support AirView/Multiview on Samsung's device (Thanks to Matteo Luigi Riso for the Screenshot and the post with the info to enable it).

Please provide Issues and Feature Requests on GitHub Issue Tracker
https://github.com/SmokyBob/NoteToGDocs/issues

Google Plus Page:
http://gplus.to/notestogdocs

Recent changes:
v1.0.7
Fix on "Previous Notes" title showing Folder list instead of Note List
Check for Network Access before Trying to perform Network Operations

v1.0.7.1
Smaller APK

v1.0.7.2
Fixed Settings Crash
(Deeply sorry for the problem)

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A Google User
Aug 20, 2014
Blah It was avery useful app that helped within admit its school and other stuff
A Google User
Mar 9, 2014
Goood Good
A Google User
Jan 23, 2014
Arhghhh! I hate this app. I really hate this, everytime I click this on my phone, its always force close!!! What the hell was this? Pls fix this app if you want to get a complete 5 star for vote...
A Google User
Apr 29, 2013
Too flaky to use When I try to do just about anything, it freaks out & then usually force closes.
A Google User
Apr 27, 2013
Redundant Now that Google came out with the "Keep" app this is pretty redundant. And the "Keep" works better too IMHO