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Bitolithic releases ThinkBook 2.0 for iOS: Note-Taking and Outlining App

May 19, 2015 - Bitolithic today announces ThinkBook 2.0.1, an important update to their flexible note-taking and outlining app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. By being very flexible, ThinkBook adapts to its users and not the other way around. The app supports multiple note types, including text notes, todos, questions and projects. Notebooks and pages behave just like other notes, they can be arranged however the user wants. Version 2.0.1 gets iPhone support, a new look and iCloud integration.


ThinkBook for iPad helps you Think, Write and Plan

Apr 28, 2011 - Melbourne based Bitolithic today announces ThinkBook 1.0.1, their new productivity iPad app offering unique features. ThinkBook is a flexible note-taking and outlining app; boasting dashboards, close integration with DropBox and a brand new user interface element that makes sorting and moving notes a breeze. ThinkBook supports multiple note types; text notes, todos, questions and projects. Notebooks and pages behave just like other notes, they can be arranged however the user wants.


bitolithic announces Comic Zeal V4 for iPad

Mar 25, 2010 - Melbourne based bitolithic today announced details of Comic Zeal V4, the next version of their iPhone and iPad comic reading app. Version 4 offers an iPad specific interface and other enhancements that make reading comics on Apple's new device a pleasure. Bookmarks and bags show you which comics you've started reading and which you've finished. The announcement post discusses the new iPad specific features of Comic Zeal V4 together with the reasoning behind the decisions that were made.


bitolithic releases Twiku 1.1 for iPhone - Combine Twitter and Haiku

Dec 15, 2009 - Melbourne based bitolithic today released Twiku 1.1.0 for iPhone and iPod Touch users. Twiku unleashes a user's inner poet but keeps them within the maximum character limit for Twitter. It is a unique application that marries Twitter and Haiku for tightly written, creative tweets. It not only satisfies seasoned poets, it also is a great place for the novice to learn about the Haiku form of verse. Twiku aims to help anyone turn their tweets into beautiful, interesting poetry.