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10 Android App Hidden Gems

Heard enough about Angry Birds and Pandora? Check out these 10 lesser-known Android apps to enhance your productivity, well-being, and more.
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Not everybody loves virtual keyboards, and their physical counterparts often aren't much better, particularly for taking notes. Quill is a handwriting note-taking app for tablets running Android 3.1 and up. It allows you to export PDFs to Evernote and other productivity apps. For artistic types, Quill's "fountain pen" mode recognizes pen pressure: The more you press, the thicker the line.

According to the app's developer, Quill works best on tablets that can distinguish the active pen (digitizer) from finger touches, and can sense pen pressure. The best hardware devices for Quill include the Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet, the HTC Flyer (upgraded to Honeycomb), and the HTC Jetstream.

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3/29/2012 | 4:56:22 AM
re: 10 Android App Hidden Gems
Android applications are very easy, user friendly and eventually maintain a class. I have used them......... you described lots more, Thanks buddy
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2/24/2012 | 3:55:29 AM
re: 10 Android App Hidden Gems
This is great information for Android users!
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