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XMnotepad for Android
If you want a post-it style note pad for your Android device, this will be of your liking. XDA member omomo presents XMnotepad, a small application that will let you take notes on a nice UI fitting great on your device. The application works on Android 1.6 and up and will use very few resources. Features like automatically link phone number/URLs in notes, support check-list mode when writing notes, 2X4 4X4 widget, and the chance to customize font size/note background are present among many others.
Originally posted by omomo
[App] A beautiful Notes
Do you want to have an App to take notes with your Android?
AK notepad is a good choice, but this is another one you can try.
.Automatically link phone number/URLs in notes
.Support check-list mode when writing notes.
.2X4 4X4 widget
.Customize font size/note background
.SD card Backup/Restore
.Export to TXT
.Shortcut on Home
.Support setting alert for notes
- version 1.5
support Android 1.6 – 2.2
You can find more information in the application thread.
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