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Draw and write with your fingers in these Android tablet apps  by GirlGoneGeek

GirlGoneGeek says: If you can't use a stylus on your Android tablet and you need to take a quick note or make a fast sketch, you need an app that will respond well to the tap of a finger. You won't draw a blueprint or turn out beautiful calligraphy with touch-sensitivity on any apps yet, but check these out for those times when it's just not enough to type.
GirlGoneGeek's picks
  1. Scribble! Tablet Edition
    Scribble! Tablet Edition This tablet-specific version of the popular Scribble app isn't very fancy, but it does a decent job of capturing doodles and handwriting. Be sure to play around with the pressure sensitivity setting to adjust for best results.
  2. Draw!
    Draw! This is a great app for quickly sketching something out. It makes smoother curves than Scribble! does, and the response time is a little faster when drawing short lines, like to make a box.
  3. FiiWrite
    FiiWrite This one is a little much for the casual doodler, but its handwriting function is more advanced than Draw! or Scribble! and it adds the option of including typing and media within your handwritten notes.
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