Write quickly! No keyboard needed!!
SpeedText is a memo application for handwriting input. You can write words or numbers on a screen input pad. The content is automatically displayed on a text pad 0.5 seconds after releasing your finger from the screen. You can write smoothly, no need to scroll the window.
- Write text using your finger.
- Immediately shows the text after you write.
- Insert new line using the "Enter" button.
- Delete text using "BackSpace[BS]" button.
- Move the cursor location by touching on word.
- Add or delete pages. Move page using arrow buttons.
- Device rotation is supported (select from Auto, Portrait Fix, Landscape Fix).
- Selectable input wait (minimum: 0.2second, maximum: 0.8second).
- Selectable the input pad height (High, Middle, Low).
- Selectable word space (minimum: 0px, maximum: 24px).
- List View is availavle.
- Continuing write button which box up wordspace is available.
- Lock timer button and continuing write button are selectable (Yes,No).
- Icon insert and icon serach.
- Evernote Integration!
Support 64bit OS.
Speed Text HD is united to this app!
SpeedText HD users are encouraged to use this application.
Ratings and Reviews
Really nice update, but problems scrolling (for me)
I _really_ like this update. It is, nearly, what I'd like as an ink note supplement for Evernote. You can input your Evernote credentials, and then you can very easily and quickly export a highly legible version of your SpeedText ink note into Evernote, which looks lovely in Evernote (and, I think, can be parsed by Evernote so you can search your fulltext--though Evernote does a terrible job with my scrawly handwriting).
Its interface is nicer, IMHO, than TanzakuPad, and its exported text is much more legible (again for me) than the text from Dan Bricklin's (very innovative and very nice) Note Taker or TanzakuPad.
However, there seems to be a bug with the scrolling, at least on my iPod Touch 3.x: sometimes I'll seem to reach the end of the "pad," and just grey space will show below the input pad. If I continue to enter text and export the image, that text shows up on the exported image (but not on the SpeedText screen). This happens at various lengths of "pad," and it's not quite clear to me what's happening. On the plus side, you don't lose any text with this bug. On the down side, though, it is distracting to try to enter text "blind."
Overall, though, in my view, if you like to take ink notes and use Evernote, you really should give this program a try. It is the best of the bunch right now, IMHO.
Not too bad...
In my office, I take constant notes, which can stack up on my desk making it hard to find what I need. And there are plenty of times where work calls me out of my office, and instead of dragging a stack of notes around, I have it all organized.
I bought a stylus for my iphone a long time ago (which I recommend doing) so i don't have that problem with the lack of room to write.
But I will say that it makes your handwriting look a little shotty, but not so bad to where you can't read it...unless you can't read your own handwriting to begin with. Overall, I'm impressed. I look forward to seeing more updates.
Don't be put off by negative reviews. This app eliminates theneed for all those little, but often critical, paper notes we take every day. Here is a simple, intuitive, and easy way to take and retrieve notes.
The 1.3 upgrade completed the app with a very effective review and retrieval function. Unfortunately this has not been included in the screen images.
This is well worth the $2 investment.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.