OSBOR reviews; COLOR NOTES HEY YOU have some minor memory problems? remember something one second and then forget it moments later while talking to somebody? do you get easily sidetracks? colornotes will save your <insert important long-term commitment or rear-end region here> Colornotes is basic, like REALLY basic. It's simply a way to record bite-sized bits of information for later use. this is all done in a very minimal and clean interface, no frills, and no bells. the main screen when entering notes as you can see, very straightforward and intuitive; to put everything into "edit mode" one simply taps the little pencil icon on the upper right. this enables you to make changes; either adding new notes or new checklist items, editing current ones, or moving things up and down in priority. there are two "types" of notes which you can make, checklists and notes. Checklists are the stronger of the two for everyday use. each entry can be edited or added to, and when not in edit mode, can be "checked off" by simply tapping on the item. FANTASTIC for grocery lists or during particularly hectic work days. Notes are just a way to organize snippets of data. Useful, but i hardly used it next to the sheer might of checklists. the checklist system, and widgets as seen above, the "color" bit from color notes comes from the widgets the app uses. When making a new note or checklist, you name it (like "groceries", or "reasons i need a phone from Phandroid's review contest"). Then, when you attempt to add a colornotes widget to your homescreen, it will prompt you with which one to make a widget of. And of course the notes can be set to different colors. While this is incredibly useful if you have more than one note at a time, there is no larger widget to display a scroll through of a list of any kind. A wasted opportunity really. PROS; -efficient, clean, lightweight. -incredibly useful for just about anything. CONS; -none GRIPES; -no widgets other than tiny icons for notes? ehhh THIS APP GETS 4 VIBRANTLY TINTED SLABS OF CELLULOSE PULP ..... OUT OF 5 Osbor is a rather desperate applications reviewer, and takes this time to plead with the godlike figures that operate the website upon which this review is posted, pleading for the opportunity to drink of the font of android devices that is this review contest. (and of course this frivolous afterword will be removed should he win).