This is a recording of our live webinar “The World of 7notes for Android” from the 23rd of January 2012.
In this presentation we show 7notes for Android and also the Amazon Kindle Fire and explain the differences between these versions.
The presentation also explains how the Android version of 7notes includes a very powerful feature: the ability to utilise the handwriting recognition and prediction engine from within 7notes (the mazec window) across any application. This is achieved by installing the Mazec as an advanced input window that works alongside the operating system on the android device and allows the user to activate it for use as required. In the presentation we show how this works alongside the twitter application and also the “built-in” email application.
Here are 7 features we think you will like on the new version 1.4 for 7notes.
#1New wide input area makes the tiny iPhone keyboard obsolete
You should have experienced mistakes by iPhone’s tiny software keyboard. 7notes brings comfortable text input mode which should be much better than iPhone’s tiny software keyboard. The first is “Stroke” mode for handwriting text, the second mode is “Convert” which converts your handwriting to digital font. The third is extended “software” keyboard with originally developed predictive engine.
#2Import pictures and add notes right on top of them. Various seasonal templates make your writing fun
You can write a memo with your handwriting on your picture. 7notes can use your picture or images as the background. In the new version, 7notes provides tens of original templates for seasonal greetings such as Halloween, Thanksgiving, Xmas, birthday or other memorial day message.
#3Write now, record your thoughts, and digitize them later (Premium Version only)
You don’t have to write or type whole sentences. 7notes has a state-of-the-art predictive engine with natural language technology. An alternative display appears while handwriting or inputting through our predictive engine. Our predictive engine generates an alternative display to suggest the correct word and all you have to do is tap the desired word on the alternative display. If there is more than one alternative, you can extend it to see more alternatives.
#4Keep track of your important dates and set alarms for your messages– have a tickler file at your finger tips
While writing a memo, you may want it to remind you later as tomorrow morning, next Monday or just before your birthday. For example, write a small memo as “Pass the document to Charlie” and set the alarm as 9am tomorrow. Then the memo appears to remind you. It works offline when you cannot connect to your scheduler.
#5Share your writing with personal feelings by “Edit it” server beyond any limitation of number of characters
#6Use handwriting to send SMS messages, mail, post to Facebook and twitter, quickly and naturally
In this new version, you can use your handwriting and convert to SMS messages and mails. 7notes has plenty of options to connect to other social and storage services. In a single operation without attachment or any outside application, you can post your note to Facebook, Twitter or store to Evernote, Dropbox and other storage services. 7notes can export and post mixtures of handwriting images and digital fonts separately to e-mail, Twitter, Facebook and SMS messages.
#7State-of-the-art predictive engine makes a little effort for writing and typing
You don’t have to write or type whole sentences. 7notes has a state-of-the-art predictive engine with natural language technology. An alternative display appears while handwriting or inputting through our predictive engine. We improved the accuracy for the predictive engine in version 1.4.