Among the new features in Galaxy Note 3, Air Command probably is the most impressive one. Our beloved S Pen gets a new life in the Note 3.
When you hover the S Pen over the screen and then press the button on the S-Pen, you will immediately get a palette-like menu with five available actions. The Air Command works like a context menu in most systems.
There are five available actions (or quick commands) in Air Command: Action Memo, Scrapbook, Screen Write, S Finder, Pen Window.
Although Air Command may have many usages, you may find that it makes note-taking extremely easy, quick and enjoyable.
Action Memo allows you to write a note in your Note 3. Yes, this is not new. We got this feature since Note 1. What makes Action Memo differ from our old memos is that it can automatically execute a function or convert the handwritten documents or drawings into formatted content.
The functions that Action Memo can execute include:
- initiating a call with the number or name in the memo;
- adding to contacts based on the number and name written in the memo;
- messaging the number or the name written;
- sending email to the email address written in the memo;
- looking up an address on Google Maps with the address in the memo;
- searching the web;
- saving a task to a to-do list;
Action Memo simply hooks the static info in the memo with some possible operations. Now you memo is alive!
Scrapbook allows users to collect, organize, and track content and information from all sources in one place (Scrapbook).
The contents in the Scrapbook are organized as categories, which are created by you. When you want to save content or info, you can select any existing category or create a new one.
You can scrape part of a web page into your Scrapbook by drawing the area you want to save with the S Pen in Scrapbook mode. The content in your drawing area (based on the top and bottom location of your drawing) will be saved, together with …
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