December 19, 2008 in Productivity (E)
[prMac.com] Odessa, Ukraine - Readdle today announces the release of their brand new Take A Note iPhone application, that overcomes two major limitations of the built in iPhone Notes by providing the access to individuals notes from any Macintosh or Windows computer and supporting voice, drawing and photo memos in addition to text notes.
Take A Note has everything that an iPhone or iPod Touch user needs for his note taking on the go: four types of notes, custom categories, search, send by email functions and a user friendly interface.
What makes Take A Note unique is the ability to connect to the iPhone as shared network drive and browse the notes as text, sound and image files, copy these files to the computer and even add existing text documents as new notes. Moreover, users can copy whole folders with text, sound or image files to their devices and they will be instantly transformed into new notes.
"The major limitation of the iPhone Notes is that all notes are locked to the iPhone. With our new Take A Note application, users have access to all their notes as files that they can freely backup, delete and edit," explains Alexander Tyagulsky, Readdle CMO. "Have a note on your computer that you want to get on your iPhone? Just create new text file on your device running Take A Note and copy&paste note text there."
Pricing and Availability:
Take A Note is available for $4.99 (USD) exclusively at the App Store.
Founded in 2007, Readdle aims to provide iPhone and iPod Touch users with high quality applications that are missing in a standard application set. Flagship company offerings are ReaddleDocs, a complete document and file management solution for the iPhone and iPod Touch and OneDisk is an iPhone application that lets people access documents on the MobileMe iDisk and other online storage services. Both applications allow people to transfer documets to their devices, view them on the go and even share with others. Copyright 2007-2008 Readdle. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.