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Old 06-01-2012, 09:49 PM   #25
WT Sharpe
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Originally Posted by kyteflyer View Post
Not being able to have it converted to text is why (when I have the need) I use Writepad. Its maturing very nicely, and it converts to text on the fly.
WOW! WritePad is amazing! A little bit of learning curve with the gestures for things like backspace and return, but I can see those quickly becoming second-nature. I absolutely love the way handwriting is almost instantly converted into text. I've set the conversion delay to the shortest possible (0.5 sec) and it's really fast.

I don't believe I'll be using my stylus with this app. With the other apps, it's a bit of a necessity because finger writing quickly fills the screen, but with the way this app instantly converts words as you write, the problem of running out of screen space vanished. Goodbye, writer's cramp!

Fantastic app, and I think I may have a new favorite. Thanks, kyteflyer—karma coming your way!
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