Posts Tagged ‘notes app’

Centrallo Is Your Central Stop For Seamless Organization

Tweet Price: Free Rating: Centrallo iPhone App Review by TheiPhoneAppReview.com Things are speeding up all the time, and we all need a way to stay better organized and on top of our crazy schedules. Whether you’re glued to your iPhone or iPad, there are dozens upon dozens of choices just waiting for you in the […]

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Note Anytime 2.0: The Premier Note Taker Just got Better

Tweet Price: $1.99 Rating: Note Anytime – note taking and PDF annotation app iPhone App Review by TheiPhoneAppReview.com Almost a year ago to the date, we told you about a new note taking application called Note Anytime, from MetaMoJi Corporation. We told you about all of the great features that it had to offer, including […]

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NexusApp: The Organization Hub of your Life

Tweet  Price: Free Rating: NexusApp iPhone App Review by TheiPhoneAppReview.com One of the greatest things about the iPhone is its potential to keep us all organized and productive. If you don’t believe us, think back to a time when you were using just a Palm or a simple Blackberry. Sure, we got stuff done, but […]

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WritePad: Or is it “Right” Pad? (Heh, heh)

Tweet  Price: $4.99 Rating: WritePad for iPad iPad App Review by TheiPhoneAppReview.com Over the years, we’ve used more than our fair share of writing applications for the iPad. In fact, that is the reason we got the device in the first place, way back in the early days of its launch. We needed it to […]

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Fluid Notes for iPad: Add Fluidity to your Workflow

Tweet  Price: Free Rating: Fluid Notes: Written & Video iPad App Review If you were to ask us why we bought our iPad in the first place, we would undoubtably reply without hesitation: Simply put, we bought it to stop taking paper notes. After all, what’s the point of having cloud-based note services and a […]

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Note Anytime: Anytime, Anywhere, Any Place!

TweetPrice: Free (For Now) Note Anytime: Written iPhone App Review Over the years, we have used more than an handful of note taking and note producing applications for the iPhone and iPad. In fact, we sometimes think that we’ve just about salvaged the lot of what’s available. Still, this doesn’t mean we can’t still be […]

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