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MobileNoter 1.3 and the iPad application

Wednesday, 03/31/2010, 10:45 PM by Anton Molokoedov

We're happy to announce that MobileNoter for iPad has been approved by Apple. It will be available in the App Store right from the very beginning of iPad sales.

We've managed to update the application with missing features, like passcode lock and encryption. The only option which is not ready yet is possibility to search through all notebooks, but we'll make it in the next update.

We hope that you will enjoy the power of mobile OneNote solution on a larger screen!

But that's not all: we've sent for review the version 1.3. And it includes a long-awaited fix: there is no 5Mb limit on the page size! (But there are also some known issues, we'll write about them later)

Here's the complete list of changes:

- The same iPhone application now supports two editions (Cloud and Wi-Fi)

- Cloud Edition users can use the Wi-Fi Edition during their subscription period for free

- Cloud storage size for individual user will be increased to 300Mb (was 100Mb)

- (Wi-Fi Edition) it is possible to explicitly specify your PC name or IP address when pairing iPhone with PC

- More detailed information is shown during synchronization

- Bug fixes

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3/28/2010 5:20:10 PM #

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3/29/2010 5:25:51 AM #

Hi,

looks to be a promising app. I'm currently eyeballing iPad as an office organizer and one of the most important apps for me is some kind of note taker to complement One Note.

The key functionality for me is to be able to be able freely arrange the notes on the page the way One Note does. Is this functionality in version 1.3? If not are you planning it for future releases?

Thanks.

Evgeny M |

4/2/2010 10:44:07 PM #

Hi,

I've just upgraded from separate apps to the new (v1.3) combined app.  Everything seems to work really well - I love the ability to just select wi-fi or cloud when I touch the iPhone's "sync" button.  The only oddity is that I now have a duplicate of one notebook on the iPhone.  I guess that's caused by combining the old (cloud only) and new data files.  Otherwise, great job as usual.

Cheers,
Tom

Tom (Vintage1951) |

4/4/2010 4:36:38 PM #

Great update! Love the integrated all-notebook search.

My only remaining obstacle is the long sync time for large notebooks - even over 802.11N wi-fi, syncing my 3 notebooks ~500 pages each takes hours, and it would be great if MN managed to sync only pages with changes since last sync! (or, another good feature would be to sync only "quick notes" as an option)

DW

Daryl |

4/4/2010 5:50:24 PM #

Daryl, actually MobileNoter should sync only changed pages. But we observed that sometimes (on some machines, for some notebooks)  MN is not able to correctly identify what has been changed. In the current version of MN we rely on OneNote to detect changes, there is timestamp that can be used to find out when a section or page was updated last time. Unfortunately, OneNote sometimes shows a page as updated even if there were no changes.
We have ideas how to overcome this in future versions. Could you please send some details about your environment (OS, OneNote version, where notebooks are located) to support(at)MobileNoter.com?

Vitaly |

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