MetaMoJi Releases "7notes Free" for Android and Kindle Tablets
Tokyo, Jan 11, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) --
MetaMoJi Corporation, an innovative productivity application developer for tablet and smart-phone devices, proudly announces two new releases of its popular note-taking app: "7notes Free (for Android)" and "7notes Free (Kindle Tablet Edition)"
7notes Free is a note-taking app optimized for Android OS and the Kindle Fire. One benefit of this free version is to allow first-time users to experience the app before deciding to purchase a premium version of "7notes with mazec for Android" or "7notes Premium (Kindle Tablet Edition)".
MetaMoJi released the first version of "7notes Premium (Kindle Tablet Edition)" at the end of 2011. "7notes with mazec for Android" was released in March 2012.
"Since we first released 7notes a wide variety of new Android smart phones and tablets have been introduced into the market." said Kaz Ukigawa, MetaMoJi CEO. "We hope that 7notes Free will provide new device owners with more of an opportunity to access our technology and to start working in a creative and productive environment."
7notes Free delivers a similar experience to the premium versions, but does not allow conversion of handwriting to text. Users can handwrite their notes and can edit and decorate the handwritten sentences as required. Smooth inking with auto-scroll and auto-feed features provides an outstanding note-taking experience. 7notes Free also delivers a variety of exporting features including e-mail, Evernote, Facebook and Twitter, as well as directing output to other applications. 7notes Free does not contain handwriting recognition for any language.
7notes Premium versions enable users to mix handwriting and digital text, removing the reliance on the software keyboard. Notes can be taken faster and easier in a wide variety of situations such as during a phone call, meeting with customers, during lectures, and while commuting. 7notes Premium versions provide a superior note taking experience using a state-of-the-art handwriting recognition engine. Handwriting can be converted into text as it is entered into the device, or stored in the note and converted in bulk at a later time.
7notes features include:
Handwriting input with smooth stroke inking
Enable handwriting recognition within other installed Android applications via the mazec technology (7notes with mazec for Android only)
Convert handwritten notes to digital text real-time or on-demand (Premium versions only)
Decorate handwritten letters and digital text with different colors, fonts and styles
Create and manage notes quickly and easily
Connect to other applications such as Facebook, Twitter, and Evernote
7notes Free (for Android) is now available for download in the Android Market:
7notes Free (Kindle Tablet Edition) is also available for download in the Amazon App Store:
7notes is available for the iPhone and iPad via the Apple App Store. For more information about 7notes, please visit MetaMoJi website at http://product.metamoji.com/en/7notes.html
Based on technologies developed for 7notes, last year MetaMoJi released "Note Anytime". This is a modern note taking and sketching application for iOS and Windows 8. Note Anytime enables users to create stylish notes and mash-up handwritten and typed text along with photos, images, web-pages, and PDF. To learn more about Note Anytime please visit:
About MetaMoJi, Corporation
MetaMoJi provides applications on smartphones and tablets that eliminate barriers between the device and its user. MetaMoJi applications are designed to create a comfortable bridge between analog input and the convenience of digital technology. MetaMoJi aims to contribute towards the advancement of human beings by providing applications that enable users to collect knowledge, write documents, organize ideas and share them with others. For more information about MetaMoJi and its products visit http://www.metamoji.com/en/company
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