Pretty rudimentary. I don't expect a word processor on a phone, not even a Droid, but synching without export/import, and the ability to read/edit online from a desktop would be nice. I'd happily pay another buck for the app to help support the servers.
As it is, I find myself still carrying and using my Moleskine.
I was looking forward to finally getting a proper diary-app to my samsung galaxy, and I desided to pay to get the best. Well I get the worst.
If your phone is not set to english(us) it is impossible to enter any entries. That makes it hard when your in a non english contry cause of the T9 prediction text comes up with weird words
It is trerrible hard to find out what font typefaces, sizes and colors you want to use. You have to appy them and return to the entrie befor you can see what it looks like.
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