Planning and noting down all the thoughts we need to keep track of can sometimes feel overwhelming, and many of us get help from our beloved note-taking app or planner. However, a handful of GoodNotes apps, one of the most well-known options for Note-taking on Apple’s App store, is now in beta on Android.
If you are unfamiliar with the GoodNotes app, it is a highly productive app initially released for Apple devices. It is currently being tested on Android in a limited-seat beta. Users get full access to the app for free during the test period (the iOS version has some features behind a paywall), but still, there are some boundaries here.
However, the main news is that the GoodNotes beta only works on Samsung Galaxy tablets with an 8-inch display or larger and at least 3GB of RAM. According to the Redditors Progressive Web App (PWA), this could not improve the overall user experience (while also needing constant internet access).
Further, GoodNotes may add support for more Android tablets in the future but makes it obvious that the Android app differs from the iOS version. One galaxy tab S7 user scrutinizes the S Pen, which isn’t pressure sensitive in GoodNotes, while others say it works. Some new testers also note that the app doesn’t function in portrait mode, and you are limited to 20 Notebooks during the android beta test period.