LectureNotes is an Android app for note-taking by handwriting on the screen, in particular with a stylus.
It has been designed while having a user at university (or at school) in mind, for instance a lecturer who is using it for preparing her/his lecture or even for actual teaching (by writing on the device and projecting the screen content for the audience) or a student who is using it for taking handwritten notes during a lecture. However, it has found many users outside university, for instance businesspersons who use it for business notes and sales presentations or artists who use it to create sketches and drawings.
Its major target devices are tablets with Android 3.0 or later. The basic functionality works on all devices with Android 3.0 or later, but some which are hardware-dependent such as pressure sensitivity might not.
– multiple layers in notebook pages
– image and image set import into notebook (including image import directly from camera)
– single- and multi-page PDF import (requires PDFView to be installed)
– notebook export as compressed PDF
– notebook export to Evernote (requires Evernote app to be installed)
– notebook export to OneNote (requires OneNote app to be installed)
– audio recording and replay (requires LectureRecordings to be installed)
– video recording and replay (requires LectureVideos to be installed)
– presentations (requires LecturePresentations to be installed)
– sharing and import of notebook pages
– keyword attachment to notebook pages and automatic indexing
– insertion, deletion, and rearrangement of notebook pages
– sharing and import of notebooks
– organization of notebooks in folders
– backup and restore of notebooks board