Review Papyrus - Natural Note Taking
Combination of convenience and uniqueness
Author: Enozia Vakil
Date: 06 Jul 2017, tested on HTC One X
Lots of settings, interesting functionality, convenient interface, stylish design, neat design, completely free
Have to pay for extensions
Talk about making quick notes on your smartphone and there’s Papyrus: Natural Note Taking, which uncovers a whole new dimension of the task.
After a welcome page, and a simple yet informative guide to all the features of the application, comes the main page with multiple panes. Starting from left, there’s a list acting as a filter to show the notes according to starred, recently edited/made, unfiled ones, and all of them. Next comes the upper pane with options for making a single note or a notebook, which is a collection of notes. On the right is the area where results are displayed according to the option selected on the left pane.
Starting off with making a new note, the look is very much similar to the real notebooks, with basic features provided where the user can write, erase, and select the text with varying sizes and colors. Apart from these, some other features which include adding shapes, actual text, and pressure for regulating the amount of ink is also added, which gives a lot of possibilities along with the two finger scroll that makes its capacity to keep content in a single note virtually endless.
If you own a device that comes bundled with a stylus or an active pen, this one’s the perfect app for you.
In a nutshell, Papyrus: Natural Note Taking is a great app which promises some great features, and then some which can brought by paying, which is the only con noticed so far. Whether it is a quick note to be made or a detailed one with lots of additions here and there, Papyrus: Natural Note Taking has what it takes to get it done in a convenient manner.