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Does MobileSheets work with reMarkable 2?
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Hello. Long time Android MobileSheets user. Thinking of getting an e-ink device. Does MobileSheets work with reMarkable 2? What is the group's general consensus on e-ink devices? All info appreciated!
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Remarkable 2 uses its own OS rather than Android so I doubt it would be possible to run MS. It's a great tablet for note-taking and sketching though. I use the Onyx Boox e-Ink tablets for MS and on the whole they're really good. The page turns are much slower than a backlit tablet - still only a split second and not a big deal for music reading but it can take a bit of getting used to for people coming from backlit tablets. The battery life is incredible (largely due to the lack of backlighting) and they are very easy to read from, plus they're great for note-taking, sketching and reading.

There's a separate version of MS for e-Ink tablets and it is worth getting that one rather than the standard Android one because it works better on e-Ink. I'd been looking into e-Ink tablets for music reading for a good few years but until the Onyx range came out the ones that were available weren't great - expensive with weak processors that would jam up far too easily. Some of them had their own music reading software too but apparently the software was short on features. The Onyx tablets have very good CPUs and plenty of storage and with MS they work really well. Highly recommend. Post if you have any questions.
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#3
You can find the e-ink version of MobileSheets through the Zubersoft FastSpring store here: https://zubersoft.onfastspring.com/

As Oz Cello mentioned, only e-ink devices that are running the Android OS will work with MobileSheets.

Mike
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(07-07-2022, 02:34 PM)Oz Cello Wrote: Remarkable 2 uses its own OS rather than Android so I doubt it would be possible to run MS. It's a great tablet for note-taking and sketching though. I use the Onyx Boox e-Ink tablets for MS and on the whole they're really good. The page turns are much slower than a backlit tablet - still only a split second and not a big deal for music reading but it can take a bit of getting used to for people coming from backlit tablets. The battery life is incredible (largely due to the lack of backlighting) and they are very easy to read from, plus they're great for note-taking, sketching and reading.

There's a separate version of MS for e-Ink tablets and it is worth getting that one rather than the standard Android one because it works better on e-Ink. I'd been looking into e-Ink tablets for music reading for a good few years but until the Onyx range came out the ones that were available weren't great - expensive with weak processors that would jam up far too easily. Some of them had their own music reading software too but apparently the software was short on features. The Onyx tablets have very good CPUs and plenty of storage and with MS they work really well. Highly recommend. Post if you have any questions.

Thanks, Oz! Very, VERY helpful.
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(07-08-2022, 03:34 AM)Zubersoft Wrote: You can find the e-ink version of MobileSheets through the Zubersoft FastSpring store here: https://zubersoft.onfastspring.com/

As Oz Cello mentioned, only e-ink devices that are running the Android OS will work with MobileSheets.

Mike

Thanks, Mike! I love your program. Thanks for the info. Very helpful.
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