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Today’s fresh list brings a trio of Android tablet apps. Antipaper Notes HD replaces your paper notebook, Media Remote for Tablet overpowers your TV remote control, and SketchWars HD delivers arcade action in “doodle” form.
Antipaper Notes HD (Free)
Draw diagrams, notes, letters, and pictures freehand and save them away for later retrieval. Tools let you choose different thicknesses of pen points and various colors of ink. Organize your notes into notebooks, each with their own name.
Zoom into pages for a better view, highlight things you’ve written, or send a handwritten and hand-drawn email.
Media Remote for Tablet (Free)
Use in Simple Remote mode for the easy-to-use basics or go Full Remote for in-depth controls, all with the elegant use of touch. Bring up a virtual QWERTY keyboard to type TV shows or movie names.
When using with a Sony Blu-ray player you can view cast and director information right on your tablet or jump out to YouTube for video content related to whatever you’re watching.
NOTE: This app does not work with PlayStation.
SketchWars HD ($1.35)
Using the on-screen touch controllers, maneuver your ship around the screen and fire away at the asteroids, space junk, and enemy vessels aiming to blow you out of space. The magic, of course, is that everything, and I mean everything, is hand-drawn graphics – your ship, the missiles you fire, the asteroids, even the explosions – with fantastic comic-book style sound effects like “Pow!”, “Splat!” and “Zooing!”
In fact, the space you travel over looks like the page of a notebook, which becomes splattered with ink as you play.