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Friday 21 November 2014

SnapEntry - App Review

Do you use Evernote?

If 'yes', then, you owe it to yourself to take a look at SnapEntry.

If 'no', then, where on earth (or in the cloud) do you keep your disjointed information?

Now for the ACIDS test:

The first thing you need to do is allow SnapEntry access to your Evernote account.
As soon as that is done, you have a blank page on which to write.
At any time you can choose which Evernote to save the document to (bottom left), and add tags (top right, or top right of the keyboard).
The App also supports various paper types and allows photographs to be entered.
The really great thing is that the interface is so clean and uncluttered; just what you need for entering notes.

The App costs $3.

If you don't particularly like the Evernote App and are an avid Evernote user, then this App is a must.

The App creates notes but cannot edit existing notes from Evernote.

The App can create notes in your Evernote account... and this is a good thing, in this instance. You can post directly to Twitter and Facebook; great but, beware.
The App has password protection which is limited to 4 characters.

ACIDS Test Rating:

Another way to enter Evernote information.

To find out how the ACIDS Test works, click here.

You can get SnapEntry here and support for the App here.

1 comment:

  1. The developer advises that there has been an update to version 1.4.3 of the App.

    This includes the following enhancements and alterations:

    Bug fixes


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