The Catch Notes notepad app allows users to enter notes by typing, speaking or including a picture from the Android gallery.
The user is not limited to just using the Android app to enter data into his Catch Notes account. He can also sign into the Catch Notes web portal to manage his notes. And, notes can be sent to the account using just email. A user simply emails his note to email@example.com from the email account that he registered with.
The Catch Notes app includes an innovative reminder feature that is not found in all other note taking apps. The Catch Note users creates the reminder so that you won’t miss acting on the content within the note.
The app also contains a location tagging feature. This allows the user to tag his note with geodata that allows him to see where the note was created.
Catch Notes includes an innovative stream feature allowing users to share a stream of notes with friends and family. This enables the Catch Notes notepad app's users to share audio, notes and pictures with others while sharing a stream of identically hashtagged notes.
The app has been optimized for honeycomb users and will display note content inside of the Android tablet’s wide window.
The free version of the app will allow the user to enter up 70 megs of content per month. Users may choose to upload up to one gig of content each month by upgrading to the Pro account at a cost of $45 per year or five gigs of content if subscribing to the pricy Premier account for $19.99 a month or $179.99 per year.
During the 2012 best app ever contest Catch Notes actually placed second in the best blogging app category.
Internet users may have noticed the orange Catch Notes logo embedded inside of various websites across the Web. Selecting this button allows the user to place the page’s content inside of a Catch Note. This enables later viewing and a time stamped documentation of the contents capture for later reference.
Catch Notes users may access an extensive support network. The Catch site provides a support page with answers to a series of questions. The company also uses social media to respond to questions from social media users and actively solicits ideas through its ideas forum located on uservoice. And, last but not least, users may contact Catch through email.
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Catch Notes Reviews
Note-taking service Catch adds Streams, makes collaboration easier
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Catch Notes for Android Review
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MKB Reviews: Catch Notes
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Catch Notes on the Android Backup Apps Blog
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Catch Doing It Right
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