Before Dawn Solutions today released WikiNotePad linked-page note taking application for iPad. WikiNotePad utilizes a subset of the Creole markdown language to make it easy for users to quickly and easily add notes that contain rich text. The application contains advanced features such as page tagging, tree view, and full text search. Notes can be exported and sent via mail. Here is more info on this new iPad app:
WikiNotePad makes its easy to put markdown language in notes, with our Keyboard Accessory bar that features quick links to all of the supported markdown commands.
* Alphabetical list view, is a list of all of the notes that you have created in the system * Tree View is a view that starts with a "Home Page" and then displays the pages that are linked to original page, and so on * The Tag View, displays all the notes that have been "tagged" with user definable tags * Supported markdown tags, Links, Header 1, Header 2, Header 3, Header 4, Bold, Italics, Strike, Horizontal line * Mail note pages to yourself or anybody else that you choose * An accessory bar is provided on the Note editing page, to easily allow you to enter new tags, for things like links, Headers, etc. * Editing notes couldn't be easier, if you know the Creole markdown language * Easily create and manage tags * Use the search functionality find important notes * Set system preferences, like use CamelCase, and automatically put a header on new pages * Built in FAQ/Help page, has the information * The Styles sheet is exposed through iTunes so that the user can customize the look and feel of the notes pages * The XSLT is exposed through iTunes so that user can control how the page is rendered