To make a strong foothold in today’s mobile hungry and social networking world, the Canada based multinational wireless telecommunications company ‘BlackBerry’ is trying every other possibility. well, that's not it, the popular messaging apps like WhatsApp also try to reinvent themselves regularly to keep up with the likes of Snapchat and Instagram. WhatsApp too came up with a new feature to draw and write on photos and now BlackBerry introduced its own doodle app, called Notable.
According to BlackBerry's blog post, the Notable app for Android lets user capture screenshots and also ensue to add text and doodles to it all in a single app. Screen-capture can be triggered from the device's convenience key, or via swipe gesture, or by tapping a dedicated screen-capture notification from the notification tray. The screenshot can then be edited using markup tools, which lets the user add text or create doodles or add stickers. Once the content is ready, they can share the image to messaging apps like BBM or send it to apps like Evernote or OneNote. The 'Quick Share' action in Notable lets you quickly share the content with a preferred app.
Extremely usable to make notes, marking locations on a map, the app also allows users to add visual communications to documents, IMs, and webpages. Additionally, the amazing Android app also lets users create content from scratch by providing a blank canvas, adding images from your gallery or taking a photo from your camera.
At present available for BlackBerry devices including Priv, DTEK50 and DTEK60, the distinguished app can be downloaded from the Google Play. Well not only this, the app will also be available for other non-BlackBerry Android devices via the BlackBerry Hub+ app suite at some point in the future.
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