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  1. goodhope

    goodhope New Member

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    hi, its good to share veiws on ipod touch in this way. i too became fan of ipod touch.
    can any body can give me links of applications for writing notes and also a better calender than which were given on original i touch.
    i did jail break my ipod and i have installer on mine.
    many thanks and hope this is not a silly question.
  2. jmccnz

    jmccnz New Member

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    Applications for writing notes? How about the notes.app that comes with the iPhone it works well... Find it in installer under "iPhone apps for 1.1.1 (or 1.1.2)"

    As for the calendar, the iPod/iPhone calendar is excellent in my opinion.. you won't find a "better" calendar.
  3. goodhope

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    thank you for the reply mate
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    When you request something better, it helps to know in which way xD Like, what more do you want added to it?
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    Out of curiousity, is there much of a difference between notes.app and the TextEdit application that was in a repository somewhere? I've got TextEdit, and it does all I really need it to do, but I'm wondering what else notes.app can do.
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    They both write text, but notes stores them in a much more effective way...

    search for some screens of it..
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    Of the screenshots I saw, the only difference I could see was that notes.app used different fonts.

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