JC Torres – May 4, 2018
Many of us spending a large chunk of our waking hours on our smartphones. Many often chide smartphone users for having been transformed into living zombies, addicted to their pocket computers, and doing nothing but consuming content like they were fresh brains. It doesn’t have to be the case, at least for the latter scenario. Smartphones have become so powerful and so complex they can be used for both creating and organizing content and, by extension, our lives. For those whose creativity and productivity involves mostly written or typed content, there’s a plethora of Android apps available. Some work on any device, others work best with a pointy stick. Whatever the case or device, there’s an Android note-taking app for that!
Just like Squid, Nebo places a heavy emphasis on inked/drawn content. So much so that, unlike Squid, it doesn’t even have any typed text support. Instead, it converts scribbles into searchable text and diagrams you can move around. If you never type your notes, Nebo is an interesting compromise that still lets you search your most indecipherable handwritten notes.
– See more at: https://www.slashgear.com/best-note-taking-apps-for-android-phones-and-tablets-04529297/