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.
“Remember everything” – the great vision of Evernote is being evolved with 7notes , the leading handwriting note application for iPad and iPhone.
7notes provides a superior note taking experience coupled with a state-of-the-art handwriting recognition engine. The popular app can be used for both work and social needs, providing benefits to users across a variety of settings where a keyboard based mobile computer just doesn’t fit. 7notes users capturing information every day using their handwriting include attendees of business meetings, students and teachers, field and office representatives in many industries, engineers, medical and health-care personnel – the list goes on.
The new 7notes Evernote enhancement brings the two apps closer together to deliver increased productivity from the benefits of both. Tag and notebook settings from Evernote are fully utilized, and a “Quick save” offers effortless synchronisation of notes to Evernote; just one button to save notes including pre-defined tags and notebook preferences. Documents can be exchanged with Evernote as simple text, images, and as a 7notes document for complete reusability. Users can choose from these save options as required.
As Evernote aficionados may know, the origin of Evernote comes from the Newton with its handwriting recognition technology. When Phil Libin, the CEO of Evernote, had the chance to use 7notes he was impressed by the accuracy of the handwriting recognition, and by the complete handwriting input experience. This experience is becoming more and more important as tablet usage is increasing worldwide for business and social users, and because languages such as Chinese and Japanese benefit dramatically from good handwriting recognition on these devices.
Evernote and 7knowledge have agreed to continue collaborating in the future with the aim of improving the customer experience for users of both applications. Please feel free to try the 7notes handwriting experience and visit us for more information in the future.