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App of the Week: LectureNotes

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We're all familiar with the shortcomings of the keyboards on most mobile devices, and we're also all familiar with the ease of dashing off notes on a yellow pad. LectureNotes avoids the worst of the former by importing the best of the latter into the Android universe.

LectureNotes

It lets you use a stylus to scribble notes, make sketches, draw diagrams, doodle, and so on, and set up different notebooks for different subjects. You can also export your notes, and offers a wide range of ways to customize it just the way you like.

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Sharon -- unfortunately, as far as I know it's only for Android devices.

Posted by: Daniel H | July 7, 2014 2:53 PM

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Is this app only for the Android environment or can I use it on my IPhone. Just hoping I can. Thanks. Sharon A

Posted by: Sharon A | July 7, 2014 2:50 PM

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