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Top 8 S Pen apps for Samsung tablets and mobiles



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In addition to standard pen and paper functionality, the S Pen allows users to create digital drawings and annotate screenshots. The device also has an Air Command feature that provides a contextual menu for quick access to specific features such as Action Memo, Scrapbooker, Screen Write, and Smart Select. Samsung’s S Pen phones and tablets are popular among consumers, with new pen devices coming out every year. Their good software features ensure Samsung remains the best device on the market. These are the best Android apps for the S Pen.

Microsoft OneNote

Microsoft OneNote is an instantly-free notetaking app with high functionality. The app can be synced across almost any device and won’t cost you anything to use. Unlike Microsoft Office, however, it requires an automatic subscription. You can use the S Pen to create various types of notebooks, add text to a note, add computer-generated text or handwritten text. In a note, you can also add images and drawings, as well as voice notes.


Squid is a free, simple notetaking application with a lot of different features. Users can categorize their notes in notebooks and add handwritten sketches and drawings without paying. If they need extra features, they can rely on the in-app purchase system that offers a wide range of tools. Once you’ve subscribed, you can also edit PDF files and sync your notes to the cloud.

Bamboo Paper

Bamboo Paper is hands down one of the best free notetaking apps. The features may not be as robust as other products, but Notes still looks good. Unfortunately, it does not convert words to text which you cannot edit with this app – so PDF files are out of luck! 

Adobe Photoshop Sketch

The free app, Photoshop Sketch, is another good option. It doesn’t have many of the same features as other drawing apps but might be better for people starting. You can also import brushes from external programs like Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign. This is a handy feature for when you want to add more detail to your work.

Microsoft Math

Microsoft Math is an app for school children that can allow kids to get their work done covertly during classwork. It will enable students to “handwrite” math problems or take a photo of existing ones. The “Tap” button presents the equation for you to solve & you can see the solution plus picture guide. You can also take a free math quiz. The app is pretty good for learning math and is free.


Nebo is not a free app; the price starts at 10 Euros. It’s available for iPad OS, Android, Chrome OS & Windows. Nebo might be worth investing in because it has an outstanding feature that turns handwriting into typescript text!


If you’re looking for an app that allows you to take handwritten notes, INKredible may be the right choice for you. The app may look pixelated on tablets, but don’t let this concern you-the content viewed within the app is of high quality. You can also create notebooks or memorable moments within the app. The main tools are free, and after testing, you can decide whether to invest in the rest of what PDF Converter offers. You can buy one or more individual tools or use in-app purchase.

Autodesk Sketchbook 

Autodesk Sketchbook is a free drawing application you can use to doodle, sketch, and take more in-depth creative control over your drawings. There are plenty of tools to use, including brush shapes and rulers. In addition, the app includes things like layers, just like Photoshop.