Stylus, and multitasking support on Android devices! (Namley the Samsung Galaxy Note 1, 10.1, and 2)
I have moved to using logos as my primary study medium. I have been using it on my Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet every morning for worship and have really appreciated the fact that I can now highlight, take notes, etc. But... when you have a pen, particularly a good pen like the Note has, you want to be able to turn the pages with your hand, and use the stylus like you would a highlighter. No dialogue boxes to go through everytime.
Maybe it could be setup so that you could select your current highlighter type, then, whenever you want to highlight something, you just use the pen. When you want to turn the page, you use your finger. I believe the S-Pen SDK that Samsung provides helps make this as painless a possible.
And finally, the samsung devices allow for split screen. My understanding is that the Note 2's software will allow third parties to allow their apps to be split screened. This is great because then I could take handwritten notes in their nice note taking app while having logos up at the same time. There are lots of other useful cases for this too, like having the days lesson open on the right, and being able to see the text passages on the left.
It would really fill out all the needs I have for a more natural Bible study experience.
Wonder if it's to hard to implement or not considered important enough...
Would really like to use the stylus with my Onyx Boox ereader
Using </> or +/- for flipping pages would be awesome as well
MJ Smith commented
Please move your votes for this request to mobile app feedback
Please respond. If rather use my stylus in service and meetings than my finger.
Agreed, support for split screen would be a huge benefit!
I don't see a response. Are any plans to support split screen on the Note 10.1?