Air Stylus for Galaxy Note is the best way to use your tablet as a wireless, interactive display tablet for the creative software on your Mac or PC. Like the iPad version (released in June), Air Stylus for Galaxy Note creates a pressure sensitive second screen for your computer so you can draw or paint into software like Photoshop, Aperture, and Lightroom. Unlike the iPad, every Samsung Galaxy Note ships with pressure sensitivity built into the screen, and includes a stylus that makes it an excellent companion for Air Stylus. The easiest way to explain how well Air Stylus for Galaxy Note integrates with the computer is to show you a 55 second video we made: http://goo.gl/7gW4Un Avatron has been successfully growing via sales of our iOS apps, but with built-in pressure sensitivity and included S Pen, the Galaxy Note fits Air Stylus too well to for us to pass up. We do not envision Air Stylus as a replacement for an interactive pen tablet (e.g. Wacom Cintiq), but more as a way for artists to get a natural, pen-to-paper drawing experience for a fraction of the cost. At $14.99, Air Stylus is expensive by Google Play standards, but even the least expensive pen tablet costs 20x more. The iPad version costs a little more, but is selling pretty well in spite of the price.