August 28, 2012 in Productivity (E)
[prMac.com] San Diego, California - Kabuki Vision has announced NoteMaster 4.5, which brings improved syncing capabilities to the iOS app. The new version provides the ability to sync notes with the popular Dropbox service, in addition to the existing ability to sync with Google Docs. The brand new syncing engine now works automatically in the background while the app is being used, making syncing much easier and more powerful. NoteMaster will be on sale for $.99 the first week of its release.
The newly released version 4.5 now has the ability to sync with Dropbox, allowing easy access to notes from any computer. Notes are synced with Dropbox as files in the Microsoft Word format (.docx), allowing them to be viewed and edited with Word or other compatible software.
"We are very pleased to now offer support for syncing with Dropbox", says Adam Shaw, founder of Kabuki Vision. "Dropbox syncing has been a highly-requested feature, and we know this will be a very useful way for our customers to access NoteMaster notes on their computers."
The new update contains a brand new syncing engine which supports "automatic syncing", allowing syncing to happen automatically whenever the app is opened or closed. In addition to syncing with Dropbox, the brand new syncing engine still supports syncing with the Google Docs service.
NoteMaster supports the ability to insert a variety of elements anywhere in a note. Images can be added with a single tap, and unlike other note apps, images appear right inside the note anywhere, not as a clumsy attachment. Bold headers are a great way to organize a note into logical sections. A variety of list types are supported: bulleted lists for unordered items, numbered lists for things that need to be counted or done in a certain order, and checkbox lists for tasks that need to be checked off as they are completed.
* Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, iPad
* iOS 4.3 or later
* 17.6 MB (iPhone version), 12.4MB (iPad version)
Pricing and Availability:
NoteMaster will be on sale during its first week of release for $.99 (USD) and is available exclusively through the App Store in the Productivity category. After the sale ends, its regular price will be $3.99 (USD).
Based in San Diego, Kabuki Vision, LLC is a independent software developer founded in 2008 by Adam Shaw and focused on iOS apps. Copyright 2012 Kabuki Vision, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.