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ParkBud Review

ParkBud Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
ParkBud is proof that functional can also be beautiful. This well-designed parking app has been soaring to the #1 position on chart after chart, and quite frankly, it does not disappoint.

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Barcodas Review

Barcodas Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Barcodes will never seem the same after seeing them transformed into short melodies by this fun little app.

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ThinkBook

ThinkBook

iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
Slightly confusing at first, ThinkBook is a feature-filled outlining app.

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Futuregram Review

Futuregram Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Single function, bare-bones reminder system. Cool concept, but lacking in features and robustness. Hoping for more in future versions.

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Notes Plus Review

Notes Plus Review

iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
Notes Plus offers much more than what Apple's Notes application offers, such as handwriting, drawing and shape detection, but it's not quite a substitute for the pen.

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Recording audio is great, except when you play it back and realize, with some frustration, that you can’t see what’s being talked about—whether it’s a reference to diagrams on a blackboard, a lecture slide, or even a person. As for video, well, it requires a lot more storage space, as well as a steady hand.

Eidetiq aims to combine the best of both worlds with their new iPhone app. The name “Eidetiq” is a play on the real term, “eidetic memory,” or what pop culture calls a photographic memory. Loosely termed a “note-taking” application, Eidetiq allows you to record audio as well as snapping pictures. Turn the app on, and then take pictures when necessary. The app then plays back the recording with the pictures synchronized in time to the audio. A free piece of desktop software allows you to sync those recordings to your Windows or Mac machine as well.

The developers have plenty of suggestions for how to use Eidetiq. These range from the standard lecture recording—record audio, plus pictures of relevant diagrams or problems—to medical applications, such as a doctor recording a patient’s description of their symptoms along with photos of the injury. Despite its “note-taker” moniker, the developers intend for Eidetiq to be much more.

“Never ask again – what did the teacher just say?” said Jason Novak, CEO, Chubby Weasel Technologies…”The app allows you to focus on what you’re listening to in the moment, and then go back and document the highlights.”

Eidetiq is now available on the App Store for $4.99.

$4.99
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2010-09-14 :: Category: Education

Notability for iPad Review

Notability for iPad Review

iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
If you like to make comprehensive notes, complete with web clips, images and even voice, then Notability is the app for you.

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Symple Notes Review

Symple Notes Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Symple Notes does exactly what the title says - it's a simple note app

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Flip Note for iPad Review

Flip Note for iPad Review

iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
Notepad apps are a burgeoning category on the iPad App Store, but Flip Note needs some more work before you'll flip for it.

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Penultimate Review

Penultimate Review

iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
Penultimate is a quick, touch-baed notes taking tool that allows to create multiple notebooks with limitless pages. An emphasis is placed on your input rather than its customizability.

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Writeroom Review

Writeroom Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Writeroom is a minimalistic writing app that syncs beautifully with SimpleText.ws. If distraction-free and simple are what you need, this one's for you.

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MomoNote Review

MomoNote Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
MomoNote is an elegant memo-taking app with support for Smart Lists, online syncing, and a practical, simple interface. What's not to love?

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We enjoyed Moe’s Notes for iPhone which offers some unique features for taking rich multimedia notes that include audio, video, images and GPS coordinates and it’s now available for iPad.

Moe’s Notepad makes the most of the iPad’s larger screen by using splitter bars to show different sections of the app that used to be spread across multiple screens. The updated UI allows users to customize the app’s display as they wish while retaining the same functionality.

Without a camera in the iPad (although the team behind Moe’s Notes believe one is coming) images are taken from the iPad’s Photo’s App with a number of editing options available within the app itself. Audio editing is also impressive with recording and trimming of audio as well as volume and speed settings available.

All media can be combined into an email and sent as attachments with more streamlined options coming in a future update that could include popular formats such as Evernote or GoogleDocs among others.

Users of Moe’s Notes for iPhone should certainly invest in this iPad reworking and those that need a decent note taking tool will be hard pressed to find a more feature-packed alternative.

Moe’s Notes is available now for $9.99

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iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
Released: 2010-06-02 :: Category: Productivity

Paperless Review

Paperless Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Paperless is a simple, elegant list app that focuses on your data instead of bogging you down with needless options. If you like simple, Paperless is the app for you.

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Awesome Note

Awesome Note

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Awesome Note is a great notes app with some nifty features, like importing from Google Docs. While the implementation isn't perfect and there are some improvements I'd like to see, it's still a gorgeous, elegant replacement for the native Notes app.

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WritePad Pro

WritePad Pro

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
WritePad Pro is ultimately a wannabee jack of all trades, but it's a master of none. There are better productivity tools out there.

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Evernote

Evernote

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
What you can accomplish with Evernote will vary depending on your needs. Because the application is so flexible the application can do more than you can initially anticipate. As this is the case you will feel as if you're not getting 100% out of the application until you've used it for a while.

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1Password Pro

1Password Pro

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
1Password securely stores all of your sensitive data in an interface that's easy to navigate. It stores information through a hardware accelerated AES encryption that guarantees your protection. You can sync with the 1Password desktop application too, and never a lose a password.

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This is week three of my weekly choice of a utility (or non-game) that will help turn your iPhone into the perfect pocket companion. My week one and two choices were Groups and Put Things Off, check out the links to read their reviews and the following links for the Utility of the Week posts: Week 1, Week 2. This week my choice is Stick It, similar to last week’s choice of Put Things Off, Stick It is also a sort of to do or task management app but can be used in addition to a to do app instead of replacing one.

Stick It allows you to create sticky notes as your wallpaper. This can be useful in all sorts of ways and the choice is completely up to the user. Some specific ways I have used it so far is as a shopping list, my day’s plans, and simply as decoration. Once you’ve created your wallpaper of sticky notes it becomes the quickest way to give yourself reminders… simply bring up the locked screen whenever you’d like to check your notes.

Check out my review of Stick It here. It’s currently on sale for $0.99. Suggest an app for my Utility of the Week award at our forum here.

$0.99
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2009-05-28 :: Category: Utilities

Stick It

Stick It

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Everyone loves their to do app. But did you ever wish you had a quicker option? Something right up front that takes almost no time at all to check, maybe something on your wallpaper? Stick It lets you create notes to place as your wallpaper.

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If you didn’t catch my post last week, I’m going to be picking one non-game app a week that turns my iPhone into a device that helps with everyday life. Last week my choice was Groups, check out the post here.

My pick for this week is Put Things Off, the to do app by Pocket Jam. This is a basic and sort of stripped down version of a to do app – making it incredibly simple and amazing speedy. For $2.99, I would suggest this app for any iPhone user who wants a to do app without complexity. It’s still a debate, but I will probably use this app instead of Things (my review on that is coming eventually) once the developer adds tags to Put Things Off (which he told me was coming eventually).

Check out the review of Put Things Off here. And suggest an app for next week’s utility here!

$1.99
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2009-06-05 :: Category: Productivity

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