Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 Plus and Springpad

Tried using the Springpad Android app on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus, and discovered that it's quite handy and fun to use. Except for the blinking text problem, that is.

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With the Springpad, you're able to organize your information different notebooks. This makes it easier for you to keep track of various projects, for example, because all your related notes are bundled together.

I tried taking minimal minutes of the meeting today. Just the highlights, though, because using the virtual keyboard felt a bit limiting.

By the time I got to around a whole screen worth of sentences (on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 Plus), parts of the text started to blink on and off. It was a rectangular area on the right, near the bottom.

So I tried attaching notes instead.

It was great, although after inputting around 4 notes, some of them began blinking as well.

Perhaps it had something to do with the memory of the Tab. I checked and the maximum memory was only around 775MB. I mean, wasn't this supposed to be 1GB?

Anyway, I'll go look for an Android app that helps improve memory management.

In the meantime, have fun experimenting with tablets. Who knows? You just might find a wonderful productivity tool for the office. :-)

[ First posted on 02/07/2012 by Manuel Viloria ]

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