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MobileNoter for iPad

Saturday, 03/27/2010, 05:38 AM by admin

We just submitted iPad version of MobileNoter to App Store. Hopefully it will pass review process and will be available on the iPad grand opening.

iPad version is capable of working with two modes, Cloud and Wi-Fi. This medicine abortion is single application. And there is no 5Mb limit on a page. MobileNoter for iPhone 1.3 (that also have these new features) will be released very soon.

We had to cut off some features in the iPad app to be able to submit it by March 27th (which is requirement by Apple to be in App Store in the day of iPad sale start). Particularly, there is no encryption support (SSL is there) and passcode lock. We will finish porting these soon and will submit updated version. Also, this version can be unstable in some conditions because we do not have a real device yet, it was developed using iPad simulator.

And now some screenshots:

home notebook_horiz notebook_vert QuickNotes



3/25/2010 4:23:06 PM #

Great work, folks!!   You are looking at one sale already.  Smile    (and when will we be able to edit any and all notes?)

Tony Costanzo |

3/25/2010 9:11:18 PM #

Thanks Tony. 1.3 version and 2.0 beta (with editing) will be released very soon.

vgorn |

3/28/2010 10:20:12 PM #

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3/29/2010 12:15:32 AM #

Reserve me a copy!!!

stan kramer |

3/30/2010 11:22:42 PM #

What about handwriting input, even as an image if not MS compatible ink?

DQNimmo |

3/31/2010 4:05:11 AM #

Inking is one of the highest priority items for the iPad version. Once we transition to 2.0 beta  and then 2.0, there will be many new features (including tags, attachments support and so on) that we wasn't able to implement with the current app version. 2.0 beta is almost ready.

vgorn |

4/6/2010 7:23:06 AM #

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5/9/2010 5:29:50 PM #

What about sharepoint 2007/2010 support??

Tony lara |

5/11/2010 5:34:02 AM #

Yes, what about SharePoint? The pivotal MS technology that is their new prodiguous child to battle Google Apps. We use it, I use it in MS' new Cloud hosted SharePoint environment. Can't see myself hosting my onenote books in two different clouds, I am afraid.

Sren |

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