NoteCeption - The only note app that counts for you

Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by sirnik, Feb 11, 2015.

  1. sirnik

    sirnik Well-Known Member

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    We just released a new and unique note app.
    Although it has many features its very clean and easy to use.
    I look forward to your feedback :)

    App info is currently processing and/or the app is not yet fully available for sale on the US App Store.
     
  2. drelbs

    drelbs Well-Known Member

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    This looks pretty neat, actually - though I'd be more likely to want to use it as a Pocket Quicken.

    Can you quickly shift items from one list to another: say I had a shopping list with dollar amounts, and a credit card list, could I move all the items from one to the other, like moving a potential debit to an actual one?

    If not, you should write one, then I could budget and list in the same app! :D (for the record, I use Clear for my short-term items and Toodledo for long-term items)
     
  3. sirnik

    sirnik Well-Known Member

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    Yes you can. Currently you can move one or all items at the same time. With the next update you can additionally move all marked items at once :)
     
  4. drelbs

    drelbs Well-Known Member

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    Nice!

    I'll be checking this out then.
     
  5. sirnik

    sirnik Well-Known Member

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  6. yourAppIsNice

    yourAppIsNice New Member

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    I would like to say that I love the concept of your app, the only problem is that I can't figure out how to use the calculations. The tutorial does not give detailed steps to display examples of a calculation. For example, in the help section where the options are initialization, iteration, and process....there is no real example....just a formula and I can't tell where the values of that example comes from. Under process it says average=sum/count.....what variables are labeled average, sum, and count in this example? Is there a more in-depth tutorial that I can find?
     
  7. Sponggy

    Sponggy Active Member

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    It does look usefull,
    i might check it out
     

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