A universal application for iOS, MomoNote from developer MK HQ is an intuitive and streamlined personal memo application. MomoNote allows you to create simple memos, add pictures and share them via email, Twitter or Facebook.
MomoNote integrates a tagging system so that you can easily organize your memos by keyword. If you make a lot of memos, it’s a good way to categorize – but there’s also a useful search function, which may be a quicker way of finding a specific note.
There is a just the right amount of flexibility in the formatting of your memos, with 4 different font sizes and all the most popular font types available. It’s also straightforward to create a bulleted list with a single tap while writing a note. As this is a note taking app, and not a word processor, you won’t find options to add bold, italics, underline, justify the text or other more advanced features in MomoNote.
Your memos can be easily synced with the MomoNote website, which can be accessed using your Google account. You can edit your memos, as well as create and delete new memos from the MomoNote website itself and sync them back to your iOS device. Unfortunately however, the memos cannot be exported in any other format.
MomoNote also features an integrated calendar and a lock-code to protect your private information.
If you take a lot of short notes and want a powerful, yet simple memo application, then MomoNote comes highly recommended.
MomoNote [iTunes Link] is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.1 or later. A small expedite fee was paid by the developer to speed up the publication of this review.