Posts Tagged ‘iPhone’

RainbowNote 1.7 is ready

October 13, 2009

Coconut-trail (Tokyo, Japan) has announced their Note taking application for iPhone “RainbowNote” supports multiple pictures in notes. The function is available from the new version 1.7 that is available on AppStore today.

with RainbowNote 1.7, you can insert pictures in your notes.

With RainbowNote 1.7, you can insert pictures in your notes.

In full-screen mode, mail address, phone numbers, url change active links.

In full-screen mode, mail address, phone numbers, url change active links.

You can send mail from RainbowNote, with background image and pictures.

You can send mail from RainbowNote, with background image and pictures.

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■about RainbowNote

RainbowNote is a note taking application for iPhone / iPod touch. It collaborates with Google Docs, you can import, export and overwrite your notes on the Google Docs server. It has 45 varieties of background images to choose. Size, color and style of font are fully customizable. You can arrange your notes in multi-depth folders. Pass-code protection supported.

AppStore: http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=293796980&mt=8

Price: $3.99

Requirements: Compatible with iPhone and iPod touch, Requires iPhone OS 3.0 or later

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RainbowNote 1.3 Released!

April 9, 2009

RainbowNoteNew version(ver.1.3) of RainbowNote is now available on AppStore! Changes on this version are mainly on folder support.

The added features are

  • Folder Support: Subfolders can be created up to 10 level depth.
  • Organize Note Easily: Multi-select list mode for move or delete. You can easily move your notes / folders to newly created folders.
  • Extended Search: Search now looks into subfolders. The path to each note is shown in the search result.
  • System Folders: “Trash Box” and “All Notes” folder added.
  • Auto-save state: Keeps Last viewed notes / folders and recovers on next launch. Each folder keeps its sort state.

Some functions work with Google Docs are improved. “Send to Google Docs” works again by avoiding the server side failure. Restore speeds up. Import function now fetches multiple documents at one time.

If you would like to know more, go RaibowNote page on AppStore!

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RainbowNote was reviewed by appstoreapps.com

March 25, 2009
Straight for you!
Image by ucumari via Flickr

One of the most active iPhone‘s apps review site, appstoreapps.com has posted an article about RainbowNote.

With RainbowNote you can set a theme for the notes(over 30 to choose from), choose the sort method(3 to choose from), search for notes, change the font size, backup/restore, and even import and export to Google Docs(which is the best way to backup).

Some people who use the notes application a lot(and have been begging for a way to search and/or sort their massive amounts of notes. Since Apple hasn’t added these features yet, RainbowNote steps in to do just that.

The site gives 5 stars for usability, 5 stars for Graphics, 3 stars for Price, 5 stars for Functionality. We are pround of it. Thanks a lot!

Read the review of appstoreapps.com

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Google cal and contacts sync to iPhone

February 9, 2009
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Google starts sync services for iPhone!

You can sync your Google calendar and address book to iPhone.

Wow!  I will try it.

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Get your copy quickly!

January 10, 2009

Very nice book, “Beginning iPhone Development – Exploring the iPhone SDK” is On Sale Today.

Ususally price is about $28, but today it’s only $10!
I’ve learned a lot from this book.
If you are interesting to make your own iPhone app, get it now!

Go HERE to get it while it’s on sale.