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  1. SK.

    SK. Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Installed this application this evening and I like it. It's a very simple application that as in the name allows you to create notes.

    The good thing about it is though is that you are also able to open.doc file extensions and it actually saves the notes to the SD card so you can retrieve them from there which is a big plus point for me.

    It does need a bit of work but so far I personally think it's something that for now could potentially be a very useful application.

    The only limitations though and this is not the softwares fault but you can't attach a note to an email because as we know the only attachment type file you can add on the gmail app is a photo and nothing else and any document you receive via gmail is only preview only so you can't save to the SD and edit, this means everything has to be done via the PC when hooked up.

    but it's a nice start
     

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  2. foxahmed

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    coooll!!
     
  3. johnkzin

    johnkzin Well-Known Member

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    I wish there was a notepad app that would let you upload the notes to Google Docs, and download notes from Google Docs for editing (assuming Google Docs supports .txt files, and/or simple .html files, as those are the two formats I'd probably want to use).
     
  4. cjesse

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    can G-Notepad support sync with Google Notepad?
     

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