S Note on CHROMEbook?
Has any here downloaded, or tried to download and install, S notes (Samsung's handwriting to text app) on a Chromebook (Cbook)? And what was the outcome? If the installation was successful, what functions of S note did you execute successfully and what others not successfully?
Recently Samsung has indicated its intention to have one of its stellar Galaxy apps run on non-Samsung Android phones. It is perhaps in many ways currently the easiest, best known and most used electronic pen application or, speaking more broadly, the most used Android handwriting application presently available. It, for instance, is good for writing short memos on the screen -- any screen because the memo screen can be minimize to an icon that can float on every screen Ö. just ready for that FLEETING insight.
And handwriting can be lassoed and converted into text and dispatched as a text (and then sent as a text or an email).
In conclusion, if S notes runs well on a Cbook, I would be interested in procuring the upcoming Samsung Cbook Pro (having a pen, which can write on the screen and be inserted on the side) or a 2-in-1 (because I can carry it in cargo pants pockets or suit jacket pockets!
Ideally some manufacturer should combine these two products!