Now at version 2.3, MyNotes has over 3100 active users. Thanks to everyone for using MyNotes, and a special thanks goes out to those who have contacted me with suggestions to improve the app.
The last few releases have contained some fairly minor updates such as persisting settings across sessions, and improving the look of the interface on larger/smaller screens. If you have any suggestions or general comments, please don’t be shy about leaving a comment here.
MyNotes has now reached 2500 currently installed users! Thanks for the support everyone.
MyNotes version 2.0.1 has been released today to fix a minor bug that was occuring when the notes list is sorted alphabetically. Anytime this occurred a dialog would pop up confirming the removal of a note’s password – oops. Nothing of harm could actually occur, but it was rather annoying. Enjoy!
For the first time today, the Android Market reported MyNotes as having over 2000 active users! Thanks to everyone who is using it and a special thanks to those who have provided feedback and suggestions for improvement. Let’s go for 3000!
MyNotes version 2.0 is now available in the app market, gratis! One of the features that was added is one that lots of people have been asking for – support for editing notes in landscape or portrait orientation without having to restart the app.
The other main feature that was added is password protection. Individual notes that contain sensitive information can now be locked. Here are a couple of screenshots:
Well, now that my new notes app for Android (aptly named MyNotes) is at version 1.6 and what I consider to be stable, I’d like to post up a bit of information about it. MyNotes is a full-featured app designed to help the user remember important bits of information. MyNotes was designed with the intention of keeping the user interface simple, clean, and intuitive. Some of the more notable features are as follows:
- Note tagging
- Search by tag
- Send a note as an email/sms
- Notification bar reminders
- Export to SD card
I have some good news to share; the development of Excursional version 1.0 is finally complete! All the mapping features are working, trips can be saved and reviewed, photos can be viewed independently or in a gallery. It’s all ready to go.
Now to the bad news. Since Google hasn’t gotten around to allowing Canadian developers to post paid apps, I’m now blocked. If you think I’m frustrated, I can’t even imagine what Canadian owners of Android phones must feel – they can’t download ANY paid apps. I realize that Google likely has a load of legal battles to wade through before they can allow Canadians access to paid content, but to be cutting off access to important functionality for a fairly large market of users is in my opinion a poor choice, at best. They’d better get their act together soon or they’ll risk losing many disgruntled users.