I use Papyrus Ex, it is a text-based notetaker supporting folders.
Dne 27.12.2017 v 09:03 krisztianmu...@mukli.hu napsal(a):
> Hello Bruce!
> There is not dedicated android zim-reader, unfortunately. But as using
> plaing text files, you can read notebook-pages with texteditors, for
> example I'm using WPS Office (because its preinstalled my device, no
> any special feature for that purpose). Even you can editing the files,
> if you know zim-syntax. Of course pictures and other embedded objects
> cannot displaying in text-editors, but I think it is a very good
> Android zim-reader is a planned feature
> Ekkor Bruce Axtens <bruc...@gmail.com>, 2017. dec. 27. de. 5:35 írta:
> I have a few notebooks in my dropbox so that i can work with them
> over many devices.
> Is there a zim reader for android that would at least give me
> readonly access to the existing content. Writing a full blown zim
> for android would be no small undertaking but a reader would help
> a lot.
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