I recently was given the opportunity to review the M>notes notepad for free in exchange for my 100% honest and unbiased opinion on their product.
If you are like me and just about every cellphone user out there who like the capability of being able to take notes on your cellphone but think that the ones that come pre-installed on your phone is good yet it could be better. Then you will want to have M>notes downloaded onto your cell.
M>notes is so much better then the usual notepad on a cellphone. Not only can you write wonderful notes but with this one you can add pictures and share the notes too.
Here is what the application button looks like on my phone.
m> notes is a simple but elegant notepad app for making text notes just about anything.
M> notes is designed to be convenient to use and makes it easy to focus on what's important - your notes' content and context.
- Consistent sliding navigation
- Organize your notes and sub-notes into colored notebooks
- Add photos to your notes, make photos with your camera or choose a picture from the gallery
- Action Bar provides context information even on older devices
- Drag and drop to reorder notes
- Share your notes via Twitter, Facebook, email, etc.
- Backup to Dropbox
- Backup to SD-card
- 9 fonts to choose from
- Additional icons
- Unlimited notebooks
- Imports notes from the free version
M>notes can easily be found on any android device by visiting Google play and searching for M>notes.
The best part is that it is a FREE app.
If you would like to find out more about M>notes visit them at the following site:
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