NoteLife notes can include plain text, rich text, images, PDFs, audio, video, Web archives, and bookmarks. Users can also add category tags, geotags, encryption, and comments to individual notes.
The iPad app also offers a note browsing history, built-in voice recorder, and camera support. There’s also a search feature, and users have the option to rearrange folders and designate favorites. The ultra-organized will be pleased to know that they can even create sub-folders and customize notes by font and color. You can use the app in both portrait and landscape mode, and view notes in list form or in the app’s Cover Flow view, which offers a more visual representation.
The iPad version of NoteLife can synchronize with its iPhone counterpart as well as with Chronos’s Soho Notes application for the Mac. Currently, syncing is only available over Wi-Fi.
NoteLife HD is available in the App Store for $10; it runs on iOS 3.2 or later.
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