Samsung spearheaded the “phablet” craze when its original 5.3-inch Galaxy Note debuted in 2011, and since then, smartphone screen sizes have been getting bigger and bigger. Now, two years later, the company’s family of Galaxy Note devices consist of a 5.5-inch successor, a newly launched 8-inch tablet and a 10-inch slate, each equipped with Samsung’s signature S-Pen stylus. It’s no secret that the Galaxy Note is optimal for jotting down information in a hurry, but these apps take full advantage of the Note’s roomy display and Premium Suite Jelly Bean features as well.
Optimized for smartphones and tablets, Soonr Scribble makes any document interactive. From Microsoft Word documents to traditional PDFs, Soonr Scribble supports more than 35 different file types. You can edit or add markups to any imported document with the S Pen stylus, and the app also syncs your annotated files to any device through Soonr Scribble’s free cloud service.