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Super Note


Practitioners are increasingly discovering the value Super Note brings to their daily work lives, as it serves as a key organizational and note-taking tool in and out of the office with some claiming they can’t work well without it.

Super Note

Super Note is now in version 3.5, and creates color-coded tags to help organize to-do lists, take notes during meetings or conferences, and general daily planning.

The app allows users to create notes and make voice recordings during note taking as well. The notes are color coded and users can set alert reminders on the notes or change the note color or category.  All notes can be spell checked and all recordings can be paused, played back and users can work while notes are being taken whether the device is locked or not.

There are also note and recording sending and sharing options using email or WiFi. A free-app version supports up to four notes.

In addition, while optimized for the iPhone 5 it can be used in all mobile Apple devices with iOS 5 or later. Super Note can be downloaded at the App Store.

Missed any of the previous Apps of the Week? View them here: 

Air Display dual monitor app

Stickyboard 2 by Qrayon

Digits Calculator by Swift

LogMeIn computer remote control app

Chrometa 4.0 phone time and email capture

Scanner Pro by Readdle


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