Samsung launches beta version of S Note app on Google Play
If you own any of the Galaxy Note devices, you are probably familiar with the S Note app, which is the default rating app for the series. You can write notes, sketches, and other things that you can do with your S-Pen. Despite recent issues with the newest member of the series, the Galaxy Note 7, it looks like Samsung will continue to defend its phablet series. Proof of this is that they are releasing a beta version of the S Note app so that users can experience new features and updates before it rolls out to the general public.
The S Note app can actually be used not only by S-Pen toting Note phablets, but most recent Samsung devices as well. The only difference of course is that you will have to use your fingers if you are using a Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 edge. The beta version has a built-in sorting option and the ability to lock your notes. Final version bugs like text alignment and autosave have been fixed here in the beta, along with the prevention of some crashes. The problem of the external causes (although they did not specify what) that led to the loss of notes has also been addressed.
However, one user reports that his T-Mobile Galaxy Note 7 was not compatible with the app when he tried to download it. The last phablet’s revamped UI likely caused some issues, especially with its ability to draw notes on the always-on screen even when locked. There might be a separate APK for this.
In order to run the beta version of the S Note app, you must register for the program by going to this site and then to this site to download it. Keep in mind that you also need to give your opinion in order to make sure that the beta features are what you really need in the final version of the S Note app.
VIA: Android Police