Check out Notespark

Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by iFerd, Jan 16, 2009.

  1. iFerd macrumors 6502a

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    For users who have been searching for a solution to allow syncing notes, it is worth the time to check out a fairly new application, Notespark. It permits you to create new notes or edit existing ones, sync them to a protected server, and access them from anywhere, either on the iPhone/touch or a web browser. Notes can also be shared with other people if you wish. Notepark has replaced the built-in Notes application for me.

    I have no connection to the developer. I just think it's a really nifty application that is worth considering. A search here didn't turn up any other mention of it.
     
  2. Zincous macrumors 6502

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    iFerd is right. Notespark is an excellent notes application. I has also replaced my notes app on my front page.

    The syncing to my account online is great, and you can share notes with other users online who have an account (but don't need to have an iphone or touch either) So like my girlfriend and mom can both post/read notes that I mark and shared. And they can also edit them, so we can have lists etc between each other instantly.

    I beta tested for this app, it's really good. And at an introductory price right now. I say you should go get it.
     
  3. alainr macrumors regular

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    notespark

    as a former palm user, i have been looking for a note app that i can sync with my mac. Does Notespark allow you to input notes from either your mac or itouch?
    Can i view my notes when i am offline on my itouch? or do i have to be online?

    how does it differ from evernote which is the other app i have heard about?

    thks
     
  4. TwiceNightly macrumors 6502

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    Yes, you got to www.notespark.com and log in to see all your notes, add new notes, etc

    Yes

    I'm beta testing 1.1 of this at the moment and it's got some great additions to it, like searching notes, landscape view/typing, adjustable font size and more. Great app and well worth the money IMO

    :)
     

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