Now while it is true that there are memo apps a plenty for the BlackBerry PlayBook, only a few are noteworthy for note taking. The key is to provide various means to record information, and allow users to do so effectively. Groovy Notes is one of these apps that not only mastered note taking, but also note management. On second thought, forget I said it was a memo application- this is a full bodied personal assistant that hangs on your every word. Within it, you can save task lists, voice recordings, calendar entries and (of course) memos. What really makes it stand out is the crisp design of UI. As the description says, it does feel as though you can turn the pages. You can search through items using color coded tabs. Features:
- All the notes are well organized by categories, tags and date. What’s more, the categories can be customized with attractive colors and icons to make them funkier, fun and easier to manage and notice!
- Searching for that crucial note, in the nick of time, is as easy as tapping a button on Groovy Notes. Use the calendar to find the notes by dates, pick a category, tag or just type in a keyword and search.
- With a single tap you can record your voice memos and convert your regular notes into voice notes. What’s more, you can continue taking notes from the same meeting that you are recording. Both functions working simultaneously, now that is an added advantage. Organize the voice notes just as you would other notes with tags, category, date and text but yet feel, or should we say hear the difference.
- With Groovy Notes maintaining a diary has taken on a new meaning. A diary that is portable (without the additional bulk), intelligent, organized, versatile and talks to you! With a sleek and stylish design Groovy Notes is a fashion statement.
Groovy Notes is available for $4.99 from BlackBerry App World.
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