We don’t disagree that there is a market for a cross-platform handwritten note taking app! We would love for Squid to be available on all platforms. We’re a small team and we don’t currently have the resources to expand to Windows (or iOS). We hope this will change someday!
Many other note taking apps have this feature and it is definitely quite annoying when you allow for colors but any color selected is changed up by the highlighter.
Pretty much a feature where you can draw a rough shape, then hold at the end of your stroke and the app will "correct" the shape and draw it for you.
Almost every other note taking app has this, it is common across the shelf on other platforms. It will also increase productivity and the speed at which the app can be used quite a bit.
Pretty much what the title says, having a desktop app would be immensely useful to allow for us to take notes on a PC.
Other note-taking apps like OneNote have had this feature since they were introduced, so this (along with native Google Drive support) would make this pretty much the best app for taking notes on Android and Chrome OS. :)
You guys really need to work on this, I know like 5 people who have moved over to iOS because of both this and Google Drive integration.
We currently support creating and restoring backups to/from Google Drive via the local backup settings: http://feedback.squidnotes.com/knowledgebase/articles/1185616
I understand that this does not meet everyone’s needs. Adding support for Google Drive to the automatic backup options is something we continue to investigate.
I recently wrote an open letter to Cloud Storage providers on this subject: https://medium.com/steadfast-innovation/open-letter-to-cloud-storage-apps-on-android-a2d0eb919fc4
Please encourage your favorite cloud storage provider (i.e. Google Drive) to fully support the Android Storage Access Framework (as stated in the above letter). This will not only help us to better support backup and restore to ANY cloud app, but will help the ecosystem as a whole.