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Keep Track of Your To-Do List With GobyNote
A little white ago, we wrote about how our smartphones should ideally help make us smarter. What about if we aren’t so keen on the personal edification, and only want to appear smarter? One way of doing this is staying on top of your responsibilities.
Thanks to GobyNote by XDA forum member GobyLeung, we now have a simple and remarkably intuitive way of doing so. The application, which allows for various different types of notes, even offers a widget to make sure you are never more than a glance away from your pending items. Furthermore, future updates are poised to bring Google Tasks syncing.
In the words of the developer:
GobyNote is my hobby project and free to use. It is for you to organize and keep track everything you need to remember : to-do , note , diary , wallet and checklist.
Sample data is created when install the application, you can goto preference to delete everything if you want to start it from scratch.
Those interested in trying out GobyNote can get started by heading over to the application thread.
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