Captainkrtek · Oct 23, 2010 at 06:00 am

Stick Notes to your Notification Bar

Like many of you, I have used note taking apps to keep track of all of my work, but I usually forget to open the app to see my notes. XDA member blee00 developed a new application which allows you to make a note quickly and then have it stickied in your notification bar. So, whenever you swipe down the bar the note shows up. By clicking on the note it allows you to edit the note and update it. It’s a pretty simple idea and works very well for what it does.

Go check it out, try it on your device, and learn more about this app from the discussion thread. The app is avaliable on the Android Market by searching for “Notification Notes” and the author’s name is “blee-tech”.


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