Getting those important memos to quick get much easier with S Memo from Samsung Electronics America. S Memo gives users basic handwriting and keyboard note-taking functionality and even adds the ability to write and draw freehand without your Samsung S Pen. The application is also compatible with other Samsung applications and enables the user to upload images from their camera or directly from the Android Market. This means that you can use yours Note to take photos, write notes, draw, as well as compose emails.
This latest version of S Memo from Samsung comes with a pressure-sensitivity function. Unlike the pen-based versions, this function works with any type of stylus including the popular Sense Stick and True Writer series. Using the pressure sensitivity feature allows you to simply tap on the virtual menu shortcut that appears on your screen while your stylus is connected to your phone, to select your memos.
One thing that we can really appreciate about the Galaxy Note series is that it supports multi-media features such as video recording. You can record a video using your cell phone and then upload it straight to YouTube. If you were wondering how to make a video, all you need to do is connect your Note to the computer, open the Windows movie maker software, select the video tab and then click "Movie." In order to get the most out of your S Memo experience, be sure to take advantage of the "pencil" feature. Not only does this allow you to write and draw on the virtual keyboard, it also helps improve the viewing experience for your notes and memos.