An independent developer Alfons Schmid has released an update for Notebooks for iPhone and iPad that adds support for formatting documents. Notebooks allows users to write notes, manage tasks and store any type of document and supports serious, integrated work for professional and private users. The latest update of Notebooks, immediately available for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch, allows users to create formatted documents with text styles, indented lists, tables, embedded images and more. Here is more info:
The formatting process keeps the documents editable and converts them to a standard format, XHTML, which can be reused on any computer without dedicated software. All text document in Notebooks can be easily transformed and may be edited inside or outside of Notebooks. Free tools like MultiMarkdown offer further conversion of these documents to RTF, PDF or even Latex, which allows Notebooks' output to become part of a publishing workflow.
? Type your notes and texts, no matter how long they are. ? Use landscape and fullscreen modes to maximize screen space and improve your typing experience. ? Select your favorite fonts, background colors and patterns. ? Use Markdown to create beautifully formatted documents.
? Import your text, HTML, RTF, PDF, MS Office, Apple iWork documents, photos or web archives. ? Import your iPhone Notes and Palm Memos. ? Quickly create new documents with the contents of the Clipboard. ? Import web pages from iPhone Safari. ? Import and extract ZIP archives, or create them in Notebooks
? Manage your Task Lists and get things done. ? Keep and maintain your reference library to support task management. ? Assign context tags to your tasks, notes and books.
? Create as many nested books as you need. ? Freely move, rename and restructure your documents and books. ? Sort documents by title, by creation or modification date or by custom sort order. ? Find your documents with full text search (plain text, HTML, iWork, Office, RTF and web archives). ? Protect your confidential documents with a passcode. ? Use Notebooks? links (URLs) to cross-reference documents or books within Notebooks, or to open them from other applications.
? Synchronize with Dropbox or WebDAV servers. ? Use iTunes? File Sharing or Notebooks? WiFi Sharing to exchange documents.