Most all of us at some time or another need the ability to recall important notes. Whether they’re notes written down, typed on a computer or stored in your brain, they still need to be recalled in order for them to be useful. That’s where ÃœberNote comes in. ÃœberNote is an “all purpose note and personal information manager” that is accessible anywhere you’ve got an internet browser.
What can ÃœberNote do?
All sorts of things. Users of the service have reportedly been using ÃœberNote for numerous things such as tasks, contacts, bookmarks, web clips, passwords, documents, notes (of course), meeting notes, recipes and even little clips of research. Anything you want to jot down for further review, ÃœberNote can accommodate.
One great thing about ÃœberNote is the fact that it allows all of these things to be stored in one single location. Many other online storage solutions allow you to store documents and such, but that’s all they do. ÃœberNote is meant for storing notes. It takes note taking to a whole new level and since it works with any computer (with internet abilities), you can access it from anywhere.
It is fast, easy, smart, free and private.
ÃœberNote’s simplicity plays into their design as well as their user interface. It’s extremely easy to use and they pride themselves on that. Also things are very easy to find. Notes are automatically organized in a natural order by when you created them and also by when you made changes and every node supports tagging. If you still can’t find something, the search feature will no doubt locate it and in record time. It’s also worth noting that all of your notes are private. There are currently no limits to the amount of notes and/or tags you can use in ÃœberNote which should make all the note-happy internet users out there excited.
Just like most everything else at Make Use Of, ÃœberNote is free. They are planning to add paid features in the future, but right now everything ÃœberNote has is free.
The notes section below reminds me of Google Notebook.
The future of ÃœberNote
In the future, ÃœberNote plans on adding a number of features. These features include the ability to share notes with others and they soon plan on introducing a mobile version of their platform. These two features, in my opinion, will really make a difference in users adopting ÃœberNote as their note-taking application of choice.
They’ve also got a nicewhere users are encouraged to participate especially in bug reporting and requesting new features. This will only help ÃœberNote become a better product for future note takers.
Do you take lots of notes? What other note taking applications are worthy of MakeUseOf fame? Leave them in the comments below.