February 10, 2009 in Productivity (E)
[prMac.com] San Diego, California - Kabuki Vision has just released the latest update to their fast-selling productivity app, NoteMaster. NoteMaster has made its mark as the only note-taking app that allows text, images, and headers to be placed together in a note. Simple notes can become rich documents containing graphics, photos, and text headers with a simple tap of the screen.
Version 1.5 makes note editing even more flexible by adding support for landscape orientation while editing or viewing notes. Many people prefer the landscape keyboard for easier typing, and now NoteMaster gives customers the choice of using either orientation by simply rotating the device.
NoteMaster's capabilities have been further complimented by the new ability to send notes as rich HTML e-mails. Now the exact same high-quality notes that can be created with NoteMaster can now be e-mailed with all text, images, and headers intact.
NoteMaster 1.5 Features:
* Create rich high-quality notes containing text, images, and headers
* Assign notes to user-created categories
* Keep notes private by password-protecting any category
* Share or back-up notes by sending an e-mail version
* Sort notes by name, date, or category
* Find notes quickly using full-text search
* Most interface elements support both landscape and portrait orientation
* iPhone or iPod Touch
* Photo features require an iPhone with a built-in camera
* E-mail feature requires a network connection
Pricing and Availability:
NoteMaster 1.5 is available now on the iTunes App Store for $4.99 (USD).
Located in San Diego, Kabuki Vision was founded in 2000 by lead developer Adam Shaw to develop software for the Macintosh. Currently focused on the iPhone and iPod Touch, Kabuki Vision is a small team of developers dedicated to creating the apps that people need, want, and dream of. Copyright 2000-2009 Kabuki Vision. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.