Copenhagen, Denmark, January 06, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Many people have various things in mind than the actual tasks they are currently undertaking. Due to this, they often get distracted from remembering important items that need to be purchased, or perhaps chores to be finished. In order to avoid this, a handful of individuals choose to take down notes to retain vital information that they can use as a reference in the future. However, the main problem with manually taking down notes is that it can be misplaced (especially when written in a scrap of paper) and is often time-consuming. Thanks to Snap-A-Note, a new application developed by Rainbow Riders, note-taking is just a click away.
Snap-A-Note is an application compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. In order to use the application, users first need to activate their device's email setting. Once set, Snap-A-Note allows users to take a photo of an item or a task that they have to purchase or perform later in the day, and send the photo right in their inbox. They can opt to set the size of the photos they took – Small (33.6KB), Medium (81.2KB), and Actual Size (500KB) – and they can also include a short a message or a note when they are about to email the files for a better description of the task or the item that needs to be remembered. The said application also permits users to auto-save photos in their device's camera roll and send the pictures to multiple email addresses.
One of the the representatives of the company behind Snap-A-Note noted that “the beauty of Snap-A-Note is that while it does not have the same features as other similar applications, it is very easy to use since it has been optimized according to the preference of users. There is no need for lengthy procedures to be able to use the app. All you have to do is snap a photo of an item and then send it to your email or to your friend's email. It's that easy.” He also added that “everyone can benefit from using our application because it is a handy tool that aids in remembering things via pictures – an easier route to retrieve information since research has shown that a single picture can convey enough information for a person to easily remember things.”
In the next few months, Rainbow Riders will be doing updates on Snap-A-Note to further improve its features and make it more functional for users.
Snap-A-Note can be availed in the Apple App Store for free, which is one of the best draws of this application. Users can download the application through the following link:
Rainbow Riders is a Denmark-based mobile application development company, established in April of 2006. Other than Snap-A-Note, they have also developed Dollar Currency Converter, Euro Currency Converter, Mine Nyheder and a line of travel applications collectively called 25 things to do in, which feature three key destinations: Amsterdam, Boston, and Milan. All of the said applications are available in the Apple App Store.
To know more about Snap-A-Note and Rainbow Riders' other mobile applications, including demo video, screenshots, and more visit their website at http://apps.rainbowriders.dk/.