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  1. The S-Note app would be sufficient except for one huge problem. When viewed on a PC, the notes are so low resolution they can barely, if at all, be read.
  2. I recently purchased a Galaxy Note 10.1. I already used Evernote and was very interested in the handwriting functionality built into Evernote. However, I found that other handwriting applications contain features I need/want which are note currently available in Evernote. They are as follows: 1. The ability to replicate a piece of paper. Replicating a piece of paper includes both size (ie Letter, legal) and printed guides (ie graph, college ruled, wide ruled, etc) 2. Pressure sensitive or, at least, fine point writing. The current handwriting functionality included in Evernote does not, in my opinion, allow me to include the amount of content in one note as I could on a piece of paper due to the thickness of the pen stroke. This is, of course, considering the thinnest pin stroke setting available. A thinner pin stroke would be acceptable, but simulated pressure sensitivity would be excellent. 3. The ability to reject all finger touches. In another application, I can adjust settings such that only my stylus can be used to write. Rubbing my finger on the screen does not write. As a matter of fact, the other application allows me to use my finger as an eraser. So... I write with my stylus and, if I make a mistake, I rub the screen with my finger to erase the mistake. It is a very natural feeling configuration. Your consideration regarding these requests is very much appreciated. In addition, if functionality currently exists within Evernote which meets my needs but I have overlooked, please let me know. Thank you.
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