orb3000 · Nov 8, 2010 at 09:00 am

NotepadWS for WM updated

XDA member xdaid presents an update to NotepadWS for Windows Mobile devices. The application is a great note pad option with tabs, web search, and not memory hungry. Features like edit up to four different text files in the same session, switch from one tab to another with just one click, external clipboard functions added and the ability to add or remove tool bars at any time are some of the changes found on version 2.7.
Each tab has its own font type, size, style and color, background color, start folder and other properties you can configure through the settings page individually.
Working on WM 5 and up and multi resolution from VGA and up.

Originally posted by xdaid
NotepadWS ver 2.7

NotepadWS is a notepad-like application with TABS feature and some interesting tools such as the WEB SEARCH.

The Web Search (context menu) allows you to get google, wiki or dictionary contents about the word or text selected from NotepadWS,
it could be a good way to perform your search quickly and easily!

You can find more information in the application thread.


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