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Readdle updates its Take A Note iPhone application

Jan 30, 2009

Readdle today announces the release of Take A Note 1.1.1, new version of its note taking application for the iPhone and iPod Touch. The update represents the possibility to change notes font style and size, add password protection and make the full text search thought the notes and comments.

Take A Note is an iPhone note taking application that supports voice, drawing and photo memos in addition to the text notes. What makes Take A Note unique is the ability to connect to the iPhone as shared network drive and browse the notes as text, sound and image files, copy these files to the computer and even add existing text documents as new notes. Moreover, users can copy the whole folder with text, sound or image files to their devices and they will be instantly transformed into new notes.

The search option in Take A Note v.1.1.1 was significantly modified and now supports search through both notes title and full text. Impoved search scans notes title, body and comments. Adjustable font style and size is another considerable addition to the new Take A Note version.

Password protection prevents the application from unauthorized access and makes Take A Note suitable for business use where security is important. When password protection is set, users need to enter the password every time they launch the application.

"Take A Note was made to overcome limitations of the built in iPhone Notes and provide people with a best note taking application they could get for the iPhone," explains Alexander Tyagulsky, Readdle CMO. "Adjustable font style and size, full text search and password protection are at the top of the iPhone Notes wish list, so Take A Note 1.1.1 release is a logical step at this direction"

Among other improvements featured in Take A Note 1.1.1 are possibility to sort notes in alphanumeric order, setting to turn off volume boost function for voice notes recording and several bug fixes.

Pricing and Availability:
Take A Note is available for only $4.99 at the App Store. More information about the Take A Note could be found at Readdle.

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Readdle updates its Take A Note iPhone application

Jan 30, 2009

Readdle today announces the release of Take A Note 1.1.1, new version of its note taking application for the iPhone and iPod Touch. The update represents the possibility to change notes font style and size, add password protection and make the full text search thought the notes and comments.

Take A Note is an iPhone note taking application that supports voice, drawing and photo memos in addition to the text notes. What makes Take A Note unique is the ability to connect to the iPhone as shared network drive and browse the notes as text, sound and image files, copy these files to the computer and even add existing text documents as new notes. Moreover, users can copy the whole folder with text, sound or image files to their devices and they will be instantly transformed into new notes.

The search option in Take A Note v.1.1.1 was significantly modified and now supports search through both notes title and full text. Impoved search scans notes title, body and comments. Adjustable font style and size is another considerable addition to the new Take A Note version.

Password protection prevents the application from unauthorized access and makes Take A Note suitable for business use where security is important. When password protection is set, users need to enter the password every time they launch the application.

"Take A Note was made to overcome limitations of the built in iPhone Notes and provide people with a best note taking application they could get for the iPhone," explains Alexander Tyagulsky, Readdle CMO. "Adjustable font style and size, full text search and password protection are at the top of the iPhone Notes wish list, so Take A Note 1.1.1 release is a logical step at this direction"

Among other improvements featured in Take A Note 1.1.1 are possibility to sort notes in alphanumeric order, setting to turn off volume boost function for voice notes recording and several bug fixes.

Pricing and Availability:
Take A Note is available for only $4.99 at the App Store. More information about the Take A Note could be found at Readdle.