Back to Basics: jump to last page and jump to entered page number
As the title says you need to add a way where the user can select the page they want to go to. I have notes that exceed 60 pages and if you want to write something new to one of those notes you have to click the right arrow 60 times -.-
So please add that feature f.e. as a dropdown field appearing by clicking the site number on the upper right.
Also check that out: http://papyrus.uservoice.com/forums/177239-general/suggestions/3240637-please-add-a-way-to-default-opening-a-notebook-dir
As I use papyrus in my physic studies (lectures at university) for ALL written notes (>20 pages per day), I suggest under the motto "Back to Basics" very simple features that would make work easier.
The features are (in my opinion) very important for using papyrus as a simple college block and especially for those people who use papyrus every day and excessive (like me: 3 hours+ every day).
We just released an update on Google Play today (v0.7.0) which lets you jump to any page in the note by tapping the current page number. Also notes now open to the last page viewed by default (this can be disabled in the settings).
Gustav Delius commented
This was also suggested in http://papyrus.uservoice.com/forums/177239-general/suggestions/3206773-jump-to-the-last-page-of-notes-taken-. Development is already planned.