Android notepad enthusiasts may preview the latest version of the new Note Everything. A beta version of the upgrade now appears on the SoftXperience website. Apparently, the upgrade does not yet appear at the Google Play store.
Note Everything provides users with several note taking features such as photo note taking, encryption and checklists with time-based reminder.
The new upgrade contains several feature enhancements.
Note Everything version 4.2.5 now provides app users with a preview of photos and picture notes through the list view. It allows the notetaker to pinch the text inside of a text note in order to zoom and provides a character count.
The Note Everything’s checklist feature now includes a sort order. Unchecked items are obviously posted first with checked items being sorted by priority under the unchecked items.
Those wanting to test out the beta release may do so by visiting http://www.softxperience.mobi/198-1-425.html.
Those who haven’t yet installed the app may try the free version without cost. A pro version of Note Everything costs $4.19.
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