Memono - Manage Hierarchical Memos Without Folder

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[] Tokyo, Japan - Shintarou Kinoshita has released a simple and easy to use iPhone memo application.
memono is an text only memo application which allows you to import and export your documents from Evernote and Google Docs. And you can easily manage hierarchical memos. When you make a hierarchical memo, it is annoying to make a folder. However, you can move down to a lower level by double tapping a note in memono. So you don't have to create a folder. Ease of use and simplicity are two most important ingredients for memono.

Major Features
* Evernote and Google Docs (import, export, delete)
You can import and export and delete your documents from Evernote and Google Docs. Although memono doesn't offer sync function, you can select and deselect all documents by pushing an 'All' button. Besides you can view documents in an Evernote tag which you want to see. When you have many tags within Evernote, this function is very useful.

* Cut, Copy, Paste, Delete
Pressing and holding a table cell of your memo, the menu will pop up. And you can easily move a memo which has hierarchical memos. Not only from the menu but also swipe, you can delete your memo. So you can delete a memo quickly.

* Bulk Create Memos
You can create memos arranged by date for a month or a year. So you can schedule or keep a diary.

* Scroll Position
When you save your memo, scroll position is also saved. It is useful for reading a long memo. And in non edit mode you can scroll to top or buttom by tapping upper or lower side of your memo.

memono manages hierarchical structure. So memono supports OPML. you can email with an OPML file or share an OPML file using wifi.

- CocoaHTTPServer is used.
- No sync function (Evernote, Google Docs)
- No image can be inserted into a memo.

Device Requirements:
* Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iOS 4.0 or later
* 7.1 MB

Pricing and Availability:
* Price: $1.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies)
* Category: Utilities
* Current Version: 1.2

Located in Tokyo, Japan, Shintarou Kinoshita is an independent software developer. With a focus on inovation, Shintarou's aim is to develop useful applications for the iPhone platform. Copyright (C) 2010 Shintarou Kinoshita. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.


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