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Classic Notes Lite for Android
There are many options available for a Notepad type app on our Android devices and here’s one more presented by XDA member plbelanger. Classic Notes Lite is simple and easy to use with rich options included for power users. This application has a clean look inspired by the iPhone notepad application and features export notes as text to SD, share notes, export/Import entire database, Google translate notes, text to Speech audio playback of notes, add notes to Google Calendar and add notes to status bar, amongst many more.
The application can be found for free (ad supported) in the usual place.
Originally posted by plbelanger
Anyone care to test my Android app?
Hi, I’ve made a notepad app similar in appearance to that of the standard iPhone one but features such as add to statusbar, google translate, and much more. If anyone is interested in trying it can be found in the market by the name of “classic notes lite” or web link below. Thank you guys and any issues, please feel free to mention them to me etc.
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