By J. Angelo Racoma September 1, 2012 0 36 7 2 (Photo credit: The Verge) Premium notebook brand Moleskine has announced the launch of its Android app, which will be an exclusive for the Samsung Galaxy Note, at least for a few months before being available to the general Android population. Update: the Moleskine app will come pre-installed with the Note II and Note 10.1. The app will run alongside the stock S-Note app, which likewise comes with the Galaxy Note, although the Moleskine app will focus more on style. The Moleskine app will be geared toward the creative crowd and will have what may be considered a more relaxed look and feel.Advertisement The app’s pages will be ivory-colored, reminiscent of how Moleskine’s oil-resistant paper looks. The app will also have a digital “pocket” like the ones found at the back cover of Moleskine notebooks. I was first introduced to Moleskine when I first started writing freelance. I got my first taste of a Moleskine notebook care of Moleskine enthusiast Armand Frasco of Moleskinerie.com. I could say that more than just notebooks, there is a certain culture that revolves around Moleskines. Hopefully, the app will convey the same image. I, for one, am excited to get the Android version. 0 36 7 previous postCNET: Two new 7-inch Kindle Fires to be unveiled on September 6, but no 10-inchernext postSamsung Galaxy Stellar to hit Verizon on September 6?