3 banana has launched of a new breed of "social" note taking applications for Android, iPhone, and the web. The 3banana Notes is easy to use and can capture more info with fewer keystrokes, and allows you to share your thoughts and ideas with friends online. There is already a 3banana notes for the iPhone on the iTunes App store. Now the T-Mobile G1 users can get the Android version of the notes taking app in the Android App Market. Here is more info on this new Android application:
3banana Inc. today announced the launch of 3banana Notes, the first note taking app for the Android smart phone with wireless online sync and social media sharing. 3banana combines fast and efficient private note taking on the Android smart phone with the ability to sync, share and discuss notes with friends over the web at http://3banana.com and via social networks such as Twitter and Facebook.
"Do you ever want to quickly jot down an idea before you forget it? Whether it's your next great movie plot, or the keyword that will help you find that ridiculous YouTube video everyone is talking about, the 3banana note taking app helps you catch those ideas before they escape," said Andreas Schobel, 3banana co-founder and CTO. "3banana also makes it easy to share your notes with friends -- rather than being lost forever, that idea in your notes can be the beginning of an online conversation."
"Since before the invention of paper and pencil, people have sought to improve their lives by capturing and sharing thoughts, experiences, and ideas," said Steve Brown, 3banana co-founder and CEO. "In the information-rich and fast-paced world today, the challenge is to get information from the brain in your head, into the brain in your pocket, and connected to the brainpower in the Internet cloud. We streamlined and simplified our note taking app so that users could quickly jot down a thought or tag a photo on their Android smart phone with as few keystrokes as possible, and then sync and share those notes wirelessly and effortlessly."
3banana Notes for the Android smart phone stays synchronized wirelessly with the 3banana online service, where users can view and edit their private notes, share notes with friends, or comment on shared notes. In addition to photos and notes captured on their smart phones, online users also can keep track of web pages, presentations, and videos, all organized and labeled inline -- without the need for extra data entry fields or repetitive typing. Each shared note has a private permalink that can be posted to popular social networks like Facebook and Twitter or shared on http://3banana.com for a more private online discussion.