By now, everyone has their own Android tablet, whether they have a $500 tablet or $10,000.
While many people are now familiar with Google’s new Android Notebook app, it’s still a bit early to get into the Notebook interface.
That’s not to say there’s not a lot of new functionality in the Android Notebooks.
The most obvious is the new Clipboard feature.
If you’re a regular reader of our Ars Pocket blog, you’ve probably already seen the introduction of this feature.
Notebook apps can now also create a clipboard of any text you type in.
If that’s the case, it means you can now create a note on your Android tablet with just a few taps, no more than one click for each word.
While this feature is definitely a nice touch, there are a couple of things that I’m less excited about than others.
First, this feature works across both the Notebooks running Android Lollipop and the latest Android 5.1.2 KitKat.
So, for instance, you could write “Dear My Parents” on the back of your Notebook, but when you try to copy that text onto the tablet, it’ll just pop up the “Dear Your Parents” app.
Second, I’m not sure how much of a benefit this will be to some users.
Some users may find it a bit annoying to be able to save a note, but for the vast majority of users, it doesn’t seem like a big deal.
The same is true for those who have a larger display.
For those users, the Clipboard will not work with larger screens.
It’s a very minor gripe.
The Clipboard is not an app.
Google is not going to release an app for the Clip.
This is not a Google+ app.
It does not have the functionality of an email client or a social networking app.
There are many other features of Notebooks that do not require an app, such as a quick access to your calendar, the ability to sync your contacts, and the ability for you to take notes.
These are all great features, but they are not essential to note taking on a tablet.
The important thing is that the Note Book interface is still the same.
Google Now is still just a Google search box, and it’s not yet available on Android.
Google has been working on Android NoteBooks for some time now.
Its been on our phones for more than a year, and there are even more Notebooks on the way.
The good news is that it looks like Android NoteBook 5 is on track to be the most feature-rich version of Android since it was first released back in 2015.
So far, there has been a lot happening in the NoteBook world.
The first Android Note Book, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, came out in February 2016, and was followed by the Nexus 6, the Google Nexus 7, and then the Samsung Note 10.
While Android 5 is still a relatively new OS, the Note 4 is now on the horizon, and Android Note 5 has a couple other features in it that I am eager to try out.