Former Writer · Mar 6, 2012 at 08:00 pm

People’s Note: A Fully Functional Evernote Client for WinMo

Although Windows Mobile development has slowed down somewhat lately, the quality of the development still being pumped out can be described as stellar. Almost every application imaginable has been coded and released, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t room for improvement.

XDA Forum Member Don Reba has released a new note taking application called People’s Note. In its quest to be the best note-taking application available for Microsoft’s abandoned OS, it boasts full Evernote support and a number of other nice features including:

Rich text note creation and editing
TODO list creation and editing
Ink and photo note creation
Optional synchronization with your Evernote account
Offline note storage
High performance and small memory footprint

Of course, with the older WinMo phones there’s a variety of form factors, so there’s a few requirements as well including:

Windows Mobile 5 or 6
Resolution 240×240 or higher
Touchscreen

The icing on the cake is that People’s Note is also free to use and completely open source. Additional information, download links, full feature list, and screen shots can be found in the original thread.


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