reQall and Evernote Team Up

Available In: App Store       Price: Free  

##ICON_NAME## It seems that the developers of Evernote (an app that allows you to easily capture information in any environment, and makes this information accessible and searchable at any time, from anywhere) and eQall (a voice-enabled memory aid that seamlessly integrates your iPhone, email, text messaging and IM into a powerful organizer, reminder system and productivity assistant) are teaming up and integrating the apps.

“reQall ( and Evernote (, two of the most popular productivity applications, today announced a partnership that will allow their users to easily share, link, and find information across these complementary services. This partnership introduces the industry’s first end-to-end memory solution that allows users to save important items to Evernote and have reQall automatically recall them.” [Read more…]

Take a Note – Versatile Note Taking Application

Available In: App Store       Price: $4.99  

Take a Note My wife and I like to play a game called “I liked it better when…” Whenever we see a movie, commercial, or something that seems to be duplicating a prior idea, we’ll say “I liked it better when…” and insert the name of the idea that’s being copied. In the case of Readdle’s Take a Note, I liked it better when it was called Evernote.

Almost eerily identical to Evernote, the opening user menu of Take a Note gives you options to add a text note, an audio note, a drawing note, and a photo note. All notes that are created on the iPhone are editable, sortable, and searchable. WiFi access gives you the option to transfer notes to and from your computer or other wireless enabled sources. Notes can be emailed directly from the program and the app uses your contacts list to add recipients. [Read more…]