Simplenote is a note taking application. The application works on iOS (iPhone and iPad), Android, Macintosh, and Kindle, and can also be accessed via most browsers as a web service. There is a premium version with extra features that includes syncing Simplenote with Dropbox. In addition, the Mac OS X program Notational Velocity, and the Microsoft Windows utility ResophNotes, can also sync with Simplenote. The application was reviewed by Mac Life, reviewed in the book Lifehacker: The Guide to Working Smarter, Faster, and Better, and covered in the book The Business of IPhone and IPad App Development. On Jan 24, 2013 Simplenote app maker Simperium was acquired by Automattic, and is now available for Android.
Developer Charl Botha has also created "nvPY", a cross-platform SimpleNote client, released under the BSD license, which runs on Linux, Windows, and OS X.
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- Keirn-Swanson, J (22 December 2010). "App Showdown: Simplenote vs. Notes Plus". Mac Life.
- Pash, Adam; Trapani, Gina (2011). "Lifehacker: The Guide to Working Smarter, Faster, and Better". Lifehacker.
- Wooldridge, Dave; Schneider, Michael (2011). "The Business of IPhone and IPad App Development". Apress.
- Bhushan, Amarendra (September 10, 2013). "Simplenote Now Available On Android Devices". CEOWORLD Magazine.
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