We’re not sure what happened to the final “e” in this app’s name, but it’s hard to fault developers from falling prey to the Web 2.0 naming conventions that seem to be a near constant in our connected world.
That being said, the unfortunately named Rocketr is a note taking app with a few unique features. For one, the app promises to let note takers create note after note, and navigate between them without ever leaving the comfort of the keyboard, something not often seen in the touchscreen enabled app-iverse. In addition, Rocketr allows for collaborative notetaking by adding “Editors” to any note document in the app via the Rocketr website. These named Editors will then be able to see changes sync in real time with all other Editors. Let the team document editing begin! Even more unique, the app allows users to publish public notebooks to the web, tweet or email directly into Rocketr, and download notes from the web at any time.
The app syncs with the Rocketr website, to allow for cloud-based synchronization of Rocketr notes. But wait! There’s more!
* Create text notes
* Email notes into Rocketr by sending to email@example.com
* Tweet notes into Rocketr by using the hashtag #rkt in tweets
* Auto-synchronizes your notes to the web
* Search notes (only supported on web version for now)
* Download all your notes, anytime, from the web version
* Add as many people to a notebook as you like (we call them “Editors”)
* Create an unlimited number of public notebooks that the world can see
* Make notebooks private (viewable by you and your editors)
* Comment on other people’s notes (only supported on web version for now)
Rocketr is free, it’s now, it’s in the App Store. Why are you still here?