Install size: 0.34MB
Google Play rating: 4.4 out of 5 (779 ratings)
Accessibility rating: 4 out of 5 (1 rating)
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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ATTENTION: Epistle has been discontinued and is no longer supported. Dropbox synchronization has been disabled for new users and WILL NO LONGER WORK after May 1st. You may continue to use Epistle locally on your device. You can also try a new and modern text editor, called Draft, which has folder support and many other features. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mvilla.draft
Recent ChangesATTENTION: Epistle has been discontinued and is no longer supported. Dropbox synchronization has been disabled for new users and WILL NO LONGER WORK after May 1st. You may continue to use Epistle locally on your device. You can also try a new and modern text editor, called Draft, which has folder support and many other features. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mvilla.draft
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Rick Alfaro Tuesday, 05-Apr-2011 2:17 PM ETPhone model: Samsung Intercept
4 - The app is basically accessible, though there are some minor improvements that would make it more usable
Yes, all controls can be accessed
Most, but not all buttons, edit boxes, and controls are labeled
This is a very simple text editor that can be configured to auotmatically sync with your DropBox account. There are 3 unlabled buttons across the top. The first button on the left is for doing a search within your notes, and the third button all the way on the right allows you to enter a new note. Created notes are displayed on the main screen in a very accessible list. Long pressing enter or the selector will bring up a list of actions that can be performed on the currently highlighted note. When creating a new note, the first edit field you are placed in is for the note title. After giving the note a title, simply arrow down and you will be placed in the next edit field where you add the text of the note. There is also an unlabled button in the note screen. Pressing this button will bring up options for sending the note via several different methods depending on what other apps are available on your device. Some of them would be K-9 mail, Messaging, TweetCaster, etc. To save the note, simply hit back and it is saved automatically. If you hit the menu key from the main screen, you will get an option for changing the sort order and an option for Preferences. Within Preferences among several other settings, you will be able to define your DropBox location, and when you want your notes to be synchronized. Note: You will also have to have the DropBox app installed on your device.