PhatPad Takes Note Taking to the Next Level on Android
Spokane, WA based PhatWare today announces the launch of PhatPad 2.0 for Windows 8 and Android. A flexible note-taking and free form writing utility, PhatPad leverages advanced handwriting recognition technology together with Microsoft SkyDrive integration and other practical sharing features to offer users a single creative hub through which to develop and nurture ideas and write about anything else they need to.
Spokane, WA July 24, 2013 - PhatWare Corp., a leading professional software and application developer, is exciting today to announce the release of PhatPad 2.0 onto the Windows Store and Google Play. A uniquely powerful brainstorming tool, PhatPad turns users mobile devices into an idea hub where they're free to handwrite notes with either their finger or a stylus, throw in custom drawings, and do so while ensuring that shapes and words all come out graphically sound and perfectly legible via advanced handwriting recognition and enhancement technology. Newly updated, PhatPad now allows users to save and share all their notes to Microsoft SkyDrive as well as via email, Dropbox, Google Docs, and Evernote. PhatPad 2.0 is currently available for download for $4.99 on Google Play.
The concept behind PhatPad is eloquently simple - give mobile users a note taking platform with the power and flexibility to become a self contained experience from where they can jot down ideas, bolster them with visual aides, and share finished ideas with anyone they'd like to in real time. To that end the app even includes a fully featured Presentation mode which lets users show off their notes to local collaborators in addition to its diverse array of digital sharing options. Users can also rest easy knowing that their notes have a place in the cloud - notes can be saved to SkyDrive and accessed from anywhere regardless of which device they utilize. SkyDrive complements PhatPad perfectly, giving users the power to safely store all of their created notes the same place right next to photos and other important documents. SkyDrive is a great cloud storage solution for Android users, and especially helpful for Windows users, where SkyDrive is a built-in functionality.
PhatPad is as technically impressive as it is conducive to creative openness. Legions of apps let users scribble down their thoughts, but PhatPad isn't any app. Digital ink technology guarantees notes all seem fluid, while advanced word and shape recognition tech effortlessly transform notes into written text and hand-drawn images into perfect shapes in an instant. Voice note features enable users to include audio notes on demand, while handwriting recognition supports eleven global languages. Put down your notebook and step into a new era of note taking with PhatPad. PhatPad, along with PhatWare's WritePad, are both fantastic tools for organizing your thoughts in a unique and natural way. The SkyDrive team was very excited to work with PhatWare to bring them to the hundreds of millions of people who use SkyDrive on Windows, Windows Phone, iOS, and Android. For more information on PhatPad visit www.phatware.com/phatpad.
Founded in October 1997, PhatWare Corporation is a leading provider of easy to use powerful software products and professional services for the mobile and desktop computing marketplace. PhatWare specializes in handwriting recognition, digital ink, note taking and database, and network management software development. PhatWare's products include such popular titles as PenOffice®, PhatPad®, WritePad®, and others. PhatWare Corporation is a Microsoft Certified Partner, and Intel Software Partner. To learn more about PhatWare, visit www.phatware.com.
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