Papyrus Beta App Review (for Android)


After using the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 with its S Note app, my Nexus 7 just felt like it was missing something. I searched Google Play for a couple of hours looking for a good note taking app, and well, Papyrus is the app I found. Papyrus lets you use an active stylus (like the S Pen on the Galaxy Note etc), gives you an infinite canvas to work with, and has a nice and neat user interface based off of ICS design guidelines. Check out the review below:

While it’s still technically in its “beta” stage, Papyrus feels like a finished product. Sure, there are a few things here and there that I want to see added in the future (mainly a different eraser stroke), but for the most part I am very happy with app. Its infinite canvas feature is probably what most separates Papyrus from the other note taking apps out there, and is the main reason why I use it. Papyrus is developed by Steadfast Innovation and is available for free on Google Play.


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David Rahimi is the editor-in-chief at Ever since he got his first smartphone, he has been obsessed with mobile technology and all that it has to offer. Other interests include business, investing, and neuroscience.