Today’s smart-devices let us perform a variety of functions. One of the most useful of these functions is the ability to take down notes wherever we are. In case you are looking for a note-taking application for your iOS smart-device, check out a wiki notepad tool called TypeLink.
TypeLink is a wonderful cloud-based note-taking wiki application. The app works with iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad running iOS 3.1.3 or later. The app stores your notes online so that you can visit them from a desktop web browser to view and edit. The information you enter either through the app or through the browser is automatically synced. Through the app you can create notes and use their URLs to interlink your notes.
TypeLink automatically recognizes URLs you type; it also adds colors to differentiate URLs from ordinary text. These links can then be directly opened in the browser.
Other cool features of the app include using your notes’ URLs to share them with friends and using text files to import and export notes.
TypeLink’s setup file is sized at only 0.5MB. It is currently offering free unlimited accounts but only for a limited time.
- A user-friendly smartphone application.
- Compatible with iOS devices.
- Automatically detects the links you type.
- Adds colors to differentiate URLs from regular text.
- Stores notes online on unique shareable public URLs.
- Similar tools: Plain Text and Simplenote.