Make Your Makes With JotPad On Your WP7
If you’ve found yourself short of a pen and paper when you’re out and about and need to jot down an idea, then you might be interested in XDA forum member Timerever‘s Windows Phone 7 app, JotPad.
JotPad is your mobile notepad and let’s you jot anything down at any time. Features include Live Tile and multitouch support, as well as various colours and image backgrounds. Jotpad also supports ‘shake to clear’, friendlier application bar icons so that you can see what tool you are using – the pen or the eraser, and also multiple pen styles.
The XDA dev is requesting some feedback on the app, including possible improvements so head on over to the application thread for the link to the Windows Marketplace. JotPad is free to download.
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