Price : Free
Stringnote: Written Android App Review
We spend a whole lot of our time interfacing with clients. What does this mean? It means we spend, on average, whole hours out of our day simply cataloging the ideas of our customers, adding them to our notes and memories—sometimes not very efficiently. Especially when it comes to the small thoughts that come and go. However, now with Stringnote by developer Kanda Software, we can finally jot down those quick ideas without breaking the flow of whatever it is we’re doing. We like the application a lot, and if you’re curious to know why, you can slide on down below the break to find out!
Concept and Functionality
First of all, you’re going to need an Evernote account to use Stringnote. We’ve been using the Big Green Elephant for years (it’s open on our Mac right now) so this wasn’t much of a problem for us. Either way, get your account, as Stringnote needs it. Here’s why:
The app makes it incredibly easy to create cloud-stored notes that you can access later. Even better, these reminders can be created in a jiffy, even while you’re doing something else. The app allows you to double-tap the power button on your Android phone. After that, it boots up with a pop-up displaying a pre-set title and text message. From there, you can either snap a quick photo or add 15 seconds of a voice memo. Once you’ve done all of these things, you’re finished! The app takes it from here, adding your data to your Evernote account where you can access the note later. All in all, it’s a great way to ensure that you can rapidly add a quick thought to your account, and then take a long hard look at it later.
Design and Interface
We have to admit, Stringnote looks pretty great on the Android platform, too! It’s got all the stock Evernote feel we could hope for and more. Not to mention the fact that it’s interface is blessedly simple. Setting up your preferences and then adding new notes as thoughts arrive in your noggin is a simple affair. The double-tap worked like a champ, and we have yet to see a note misfire within Evernote. All in all, no complaints from the art department, as we’re more than satisfied with what Stringnote is offering.
Considering Stringnote is completely free in the Google Play Store, it’s pretty hard to argue with the bargain it presents, too. If you’re an avid Evernote user like us, and you’re looking for a quick and convenient way to add rapid notes to your account, we can’t suggest anything more than Stringnote. It’s efficient, it’s extremely speedy, and it takes little to not time to get an hang of. In other words, it’s a free bargain that will improve the quality of your life.
Android Apps Review Details: Stringnote is Free. This app requires Android 2.1+ and up. You may download Stringnote from the Android Market. A small expedite fee was paid by the developer to speed up the publication of this review.
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