A pen and paper replacement, note taking apps provide an improved means for cataloging anything from random thoughts to meeting or lecture details. The successor to the handheld voice recorder, audio memo apps also make it quick and easy to archive random thoughts as well as reminders. Two useful tools by themselves, but what if they were combined?
The result would be an app such as Super Note. Offering simple note taking accompanied by the option of background audio recording, Super Note makes it possible to take notes during a lecture or meeting and have the entire session available for later reference, document the proper spellings of names and so on during an audio interview, transcribing, and more from within a single app.
In addition, Super Note features four color-coded categories that can be renamed, an optional reminder alarm, and the ability to share notes and recordings through email or local Wi-Fi. As a universal app, Super Note is friendly with your iPad, iPhone 3GS, third generation and newer running iOS 5.0 or later. Feel free to give it a test drive by downloading the “lite” version.
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