When I’m activating in the States (as W6PNG) I use HamLog 73 (iOS) primarily as its quick, easy, the WX tends to be great and I have limited issues parsing US callsigns.
When here in the UK (as M0SNA) I started using paper logs partly because I keep running into a bug with HamLog when trying to change a number in a callsign. For example, G5TTX corrected to G6TTX shows up as GTTX6 in HamLog which requires even more correcting and hence I get even further behind on logging.
I find paper much easier to jot down and correct partial call signs and also to stack two or more that you might hear especially as I’m still learning all the variations of call signs I might hear from the UK.
I don’t really want to drag a laptop to a peak but I did try N1MM on a Surface Go in portrait orientation with a soft keyboard up and it was pretty usable.