neutriNote for Android is a new text editor with support Markdown and LaTeX

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    If you are looking for an editor to write your notes with Markdown and LaTeX in Android have to try neutriNote , a new text editor after several weeks in beta today launched its first stable version after solve all error reports of its previous versions.

    Android neutriNote is intended for advanced users while presenting a neat user interface. The notes are saved in UTF8 universal format, and also can write in plain text, as we have seen at first, we can give format via light markup language mixed Markdown LaTeX to also add mathematical formulas .

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    The text editor neutriNote we allows you to attach the time, date, address of our location, add barcodes, solve mathematical operations, search web or consulting a dictionary if we ColorDict installed. It also allows us to change the text font editor, font size and set the night mode to change the background white by the black.

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    neutriNote also highlighted text in your browser, which allows us to filter notes by letters, by modification date, access, modified in our current location, or filter notes by their metadata.

    The editor neutriNote is free but to enjoy sync with Dropbox and other accessories have to pay.

    In Engadget Android | Monospace Android, minimalist text editor Today Calendar creator


    News neutriNote for Android is a new text editor with support Markdown and LaTeX was originally published in Engadget Android by Cosmos .







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    neutriNote for Android is a new text editor with support Markdown and LaTeX
    Source: www.xatacandroid.com  
    September 26, 2015

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