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Papyrus: Free App of the Day

Touchscreens have bypassed physical keyboards, at least when it comes to smartphones. However, the fact that they are tactile does not imply that we can write on paper, even if we talk about tablets. However, applications such as Papyrus They allow us to do it, and with great precision if we also have a compatible stylus. Today is the App of the day, and free.

If you have an Android tablet and you have ever gone to a meeting, or have gone to class, you will realize that trying to take notes with it is not as useful as taking notes on paper. Well, that can change with an app like Papyrus, and with a compatible stylus. We say about the pointer, but it should be noted that it is not necessary that it be a compatible stylus, it can be any, or we can even take notes with our hands, so there is no need to buy any accessories for this application. It was actually born as a project to create a quality application in which to take handwritten notes. It is very remarkable that it is totally free.

Once we have the written note, we can save it to services like Dropbox, Evernote, and even send it to email. This is great, since we can use it as an application to take notes, but then store these other service. If we also have a stylus compatible with this application, we can make the most of it, since then we can write with a pressure sensor, so that the writing is more natural, as well as other functions that we can activate only in the case of some pointers.

As we said, Papyrus is a free application that, although it is specially designed for tablets, can also be downloaded to smartphones to take notes. It is available in the Google Play app store.

Google Play – Papyrus