Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 Edition)

The Samsung Galaxy Note 2014 is an Android OS. I used the device during face to face communication during which a person writes directly on the display with a stylus pen. I then read the comments and respond verbally, I also used the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 to read and write emails, access the internet and read books downloaded to the device. 

I find Android OS much easier to use than iOS, partly due to the open source software option. I also find Android OS a more stable OS than iOS. I find Android’s Accessibility software including Android’s Zoom screen magnifier software is significantly easier to manipulate to desired settings than similar Apps on Apple’s tablets. 

One reason I found Android on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 was easy to use is because after learning the hand gestures needed to arrive at your desired magnification settings there are no more on-screen written instructions to follow to achieve the particular setting.

Android’s Accessibility App offering the user the ability to view all accessibility options and instructions for its Zoom magnifier App via the app itself. A second benefit of Android's Zoom magnifier App I discovered is there are far fewer gestures required to arrive at desired magnification settings compared to my experience with Apple’s similar App. 

Another of my favorable aspects, and why I find Android OS a more pleasurable experience than previous iPads I have tried is with Android’s open source platform one does not have to constantly log in and insert passwords each time you want to try a new app or make settings changes.This is a huge frustration for me when working with iOS devices.

As the name suggests the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 offers the unique feature of a stylus housed within the unit. This is useful not just for people fond of note taking or sketching, but also if you require receiving notes to read and respond to, in order to facilitate face to face conversation.