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Fetchnotes is soon to be launched to the public, so now everyone will be able to easily sync notes between mobile devices and the web. Fetchnotes is a very user-friendly application which makes it easy to tag notes, share them with friends and sync with other web services.

People who already use services such as Google Docs, Gmail, Evernote and Basecamp will be pleased to note that Fetchnote intends to sync with these services. Users will be able to keep their data organised as they are used to, while making use of the easy interface of Fetchnotes.

The Fetchnotes application allows users to easily tag their notes by using a hash sign before the tag, so #Homework would be filed instantly with the user’s other “Homework” notes.

Users of Fetchnotes will also be able to easily share their notes with classmates or colleagues with the simple use of an @ symbol, for example @Team would send to their team.


Fetchnotes is available via the web and SMS and will soon be available as applications for iOS devices, Android devices and other mobile devices, which will make it easy to use with diverse groups of people.

The public launch of Fetchnotes will integrate some of the above features, with the rest following in time.

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  1. Keith Pickett
    March 5, 2012 at 6:12 pm

    I hate to be a Dougie Downer, but why would I want this if I am already a member of Evernote or one of the other apps?  Evernote provides a share link if I allow it.

    • Angela Alcorn
      March 15, 2012 at 8:57 am

       Really just for ease of use and duplication. Extra back-up, if you will. :)