Make it like the IOS version
Marina Sacher commented
I can't understand why this version is so different to the ios. And no, even on a Samsung tab 9 it is no good app and it is not possible to use it for digital planning.
Seida H commented
I think what sucks is that you used current Samsung users in beta testing to make an app for the newer tablet that we can't even use. We waited YEARS for this, you used our feedback and built a great app only available to Samsung tablet 9. That sucks! Make the app like iPad app and make it fair!!!!
That would be great
Deen Bandhu commented
Make it like ios , not able to use it even after paying for it. This web app crashes frequently.
Dominik Bechtold commented
Please enhance the Windows app by adding more features, improving syncing across all platforms, providing better settings for pencils and Surface devices, and transforming it into a standalone program rather than a web app. The writing experience with a pen doesn't feel smooth because it sometimes lags behind, and it's frustrating that using it offline is not possible.
It feels like a workaround rather than a true release. Your iOS app is excellent, but the other versions lag significantly behind, which is deeply disappointing to me
Kantana Poun commented
Please let the Goodnote for Android useful as Goodnote on iPadOS and iOS. We can pay for the subscription the same as iPadOS and iOS
Android version should be exactly like IOS version, and we should have a one-time payment option. Stop with the subscriptions.
Lukas Bosshard commented
Important for me is stickerimport and xan open more than one notebook
Christopher Seet commented
There are tons of issues with the Android version. Aside from the lack of functionality compared to the iOS version, the performance of the app even on a top end tablet is disappointing. I'm cancelling my subscription until this is resolved.
At the moment, the app for the Android platform is, frankly rubbish. All this has done is convince me to use alternatives like OneNote.
Even keying in text is a PITA. Interface is scant and hardly anything works. Again, this is a half-hearted effort at best and a blatant cash grab at worst. I wasn't even expecting that much. But it's really disappointing and borderline a scam.
a lot of lag Especially with +300 pages books , I will cancel my subscription until they fix this program and make it like ios
Taewan Kim commented
I am paying as a user of the Windows version, but unlike the IOS version, the Windows version lacks basic functionality and is very inconvenient to use. I find it very inconvenient that I have to completely close the PDF file I am viewing in order to use other notes.
Melissa McAvoy commented
I, like many others I assume, purchased the Windows version expecting to have full functionality, same as iOS users, only to find out that it's a glorified pdf editor and that is all. Until Goodnotes has the full functionality, I really see no benefit to using it versus the free OneNote that is available. It's basically the equivalent of OneNote at this moment. I like the look of Goodnote and see a lot of potential for Windows users, but until upgrades are made, I will be canceling my subscription and using Xodo.
Jayasi Kumar commented
What the rubbish is this I thought it would be like ios version full app but it's a web app I got completely frustrated by using this app and I an cancelling my subscription means even the imported documents could not load properly despite I am having an internet speed of 300 Mbps. Very bad experience good notes haven't thought of this it would be better that u bring the full version app not the web App.
joonseok Kim commented
Index function please!
Reorder pages please
LaToya Marz commented
Yes! Multi-page viewing, hyperlinks, ALL the things. The Android version seems to be lacking SO much. It's more like "MehNotes" not GoodNotes.
dmvnow one commented
I'm sure I'll repeat myself on a few points. However, the iOS software Good Notes comes close to being ideal. All gadgets. The inability to utilise a computer for typing has been a major annoyance so far. Those who prefer pen and paper will appreciate Good Notes. As someone who uses it mostly for note-taking in the course of their work as an insurance inspector, I find myself somewhere in the middle. While some further customization options would be welcome, Apple's iOS is otherwise perfect. It would be ideal if the system were compatible with all major operating systems, including iOS, the web, Windows, and perhaps Android in the future.
cfahome live commented
I'll probably say a few things over and over again. But the Good Notes app for iOS is almost perfect. Every device. So far, I'm really annoyed that I can't use a computer to type in this version. Good Notes is great for people who like to write by hand. I, on the other hand, am a mix, since I mostly use it to take notes for my job as an insurance inspector. More flexibility would be nice, but everything else about IOS is just right as it is. If the whole system could work with IOS, the Web, Windows, and maybe even Android someday, that would be the cherry on top.
I really want the sticker collection function in the ios
I used goodnotes because of that function and It makes me find stickers faster when I study or keep my diary. Also I cannot cut the picture when I choose one so It is very uncomforble I cannot edit it.I wish the version of the good notes is alllll the same with the ios
Mike Apt commented
I would like to have the full functionality that the IOS has. The calendar function doesn't allow you to set the month and year of the calendar. You can't expand the weeks or daily planner for a particular day. The weekly planner is good unless you have things scheduled for different days. I would like to have a comprehensive tutorial to make it easier to understand. Plus, what are you getting extra with the Pro version and make it available for Android and Windows as well?