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  1. skuwamoto's Avatar
    Yes, I know. Another note app. There are millions of them, right?

    Well, the reason we wrote this is because none of the available options did what we wanted, and we thought others might feel the same way.

    1. Syncing with web access -- Some people prefer desktop syncing (which is fine), but for our money, we prefer syncing over the web. You don't have to remember to sync your notes before you leave the house, and you can access your notes from the web wherever you are (work, home, visiting parents?)
    2. Shared notes -- Two people can carry the same note around on their iPhones and each of them can update it. Or, if you have an iPhone and your spouse doesn't, he or she can update from the web. To make this work smoothly, we spent a lot of time building a server that can handle multiple people editing a single note, resolving conflicts between them, etc.
    3. Custom designed web interface -- We wanted the web version of Note*spark to be consistent with the phone version of Note*spark, so we built our own.
    4. Simple and streamlined -- If you want a place to put everything you can possibly think of, you should use Evernote. But if you want simple text notes, it can be a bit much. We wanted to build a nice streamlined interface that gets out of your way.

    The 1.0 version just went on sale yesterday at the iTunes Store. You can read more about it at or at the iTunes Store.

    Hope you like it, and we would definitely appreciate any feedback. Now that the big part (the server) is out of the way, we think we'll be able to add features quickly, but we want to make sure they're the right ones.

    You can reply at the forum here, or you can message me.
    Last edited by skuwamoto; 12-19-2008 at 11:56 AM.
    12-18-2008 12:21 PM
  2. skuwamoto's Avatar
    Hi folks. Just wanted you to know that v1.2 just went live to the iTunes Store. The new version does push synchronization and uses https to protect all iPhone/server communication.

    There is a pretty comprehensive review of Notespark (and other note apps) at Smoking Apples.
    08-13-2009 02:31 PM
  3. CYaris's Avatar
    How about direct synch with Outlook. Then, how about a tasks list program that does the same.

    Otherwise, seems like a great program, and one I would consider once the iphone is in hand.
    08-13-2009 02:57 PM
  4. Alli's Avatar
    I'm using Awesome Notes, which syncs with Google docs. It's pretty slick!
    08-13-2009 04:39 PM
  5. SportsCentral's Avatar
    Ye Im interested in syncing with outlook. Can it do this?
    08-20-2009 09:16 AM