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Sticky Notes

3.8 out of 5 stars 38 customer reviews


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Product Description

Sticky Notes offers an easy way to keep information readily available by creating electronic notes on your Kindle.

Whether you want to write down ideas, quick lists, reminders, or phone numbers, Sticky Notes provides an efficient and intuitive graphic interface to do so. Sticky Notes features up to nine notes per screen and multiple pages so you can write and organize up to 250 notes. The appearance of the notes can be customized, allowing you to choose the font and size; and a zoom feature that lets you edit your notes full screen which can be helpful for longer notes.

Sticky Notes will help you keep your thoughts organized and always accessible on your Kindle!

Product Details

  • Version: 1.0
  • Release Date: May 25, 2011
  • File Size: 184 kB
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Mobigloo
  • Sold by: Mobigloo
  • ASIN: B004W7PI22
  • Publisher License: Read
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars 38 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #479,329 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I've made a comparison between Mobigloo and 7 Dragons before, with Easy Calculator and Calculator. This time, the competing programs are Notepad and Sticky Notes (NEW -- and challenger TakeNote).

After trying out both, this time I'm giving the nod to Mobigloo, with Sticky Notes. It's more convenient than Notepad (or Takenote).

With Sticky Notes, you can type out any notes you like, very easily, and when you're ready to save, the Back button is all that you need to save. You can zoom in on a note if you want to have a full page to type on.

Nine notes show up at once, and each note can have a block paragraph. There is no need to put in Titles as in Notepad.

One CON -- In Notepad, you can access the actual .txt notes if you open up the .active-content-data/???/work/user folder, when the Kindle is accessed by a computer. In Sticky Notes, there is a DAT file, and it's text readible, but it not a convenient format. However, emergency off-Kindle access likely won't come up often.

I definitely prefer Sticky Notes over Notepad.

EDIT: Notepad 1.1 is out, and it fixes a few flaws. A text file on computer can be put into Notepad (slightly convoluted), and it is in editable form. So for things you've already typed, Notepad is better. Otherwise, Sticky Notes is better. Both programs are highly recommended.
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These are both very similar applications: simple word processors for taking notes, making lists, reminders, etc. They both function well for what they are. Neither has any sophisticated editing functions such as cut, copy, or paste.

I like the automatic date and time marking on Sticky Notes documents and the bulletin board-like display of the 9 notes on the intro screen is a nice touch as is the ability to re-order the notes. Unlike Notepad, Sticky Notes does have wordwrap which makes reading one's notes a bit easier. And in Sticky Notes you don't have to think about a title for your note... it just displays the first few lines of text.

However, I find the screen delay in typing and cursor movement in Sticky Notes significantly longer than in Notepad. Annoyingly longer. I have a 2nd Gen. Kindle so I suppose that could be a factor, but I doubt it.

Bottom line: both programs are less than a buck. Try them both and use the one you prefer.
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I wish I had seen this before the Note pad. I just love this thing. I use it for my grocery list, birthday reminders, Dr. Apt. and more. When Each item is taken care of I just delete the list or the item on the list.
For grocery shopping it's great. When ever I put an item in my cart I just delete it off the list. Sure beats dragging out paper and pencil and trying to find a hard surface to write on.
You won't be sorry if you get one. It's great for separating your lists too. With groceries I have food items on one not and paper/cleaning products on another, then the garden supplies on yet another and so on. I could go on and on but you get the idea.
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It is easier than Notepad but notepad is still good in another way for people who wanting to add longer lists or adding for addresses, etc. Sticky notes are very easy and all you do is stick it and delelte anytime after you done the appts, tasks, or accomplishments. Simple!
I would recommend to everybody about this sticky note for kindle!! Absolutely love it! Worth the 99 cents!
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Since I carry my kindle almost everywhere, this has turned out to be very handy for instant notes; saw a goodie a friend might want at the consignment store, saw someone who gave me their number/email, remembered that I should have added potatos to the grocery list at home, etc. What I really like is that I can make these notes in my personal shorthand or just put one or two words on a note. When I get home, I check my 'notes', write down or enter on my pc anything that needs to be kept and delete the note. Also, I can make notes like "salesgirl told me good sale on 23rd 1 day only" and leave it up until the 23rd. Yes, I have an iphone but find it too small & difficult to use for my large arthritic fingers AND the battery life is poofable. The kindle feels lighter, is more comfie to use and I can pull it out, turn it on and make little notes every 15 minutes if I want - the battery will still be good. Plus, I'm a reader not a techie, so the kindle actually gets used every day, several times a day, so I see & remember that I made notes to myself - lol.
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There are several Pros of this APP. Here are a few of them:

* With the brief instructions of the 'Welcome Note' sticky, users can immediately create first note without having to access instructions on the Help page.
* Numbers can be typed by combining Alt with the corresponding letter key.
* There are 2 quick ways to create a New Note.
* Zoom Notes make editing of a large note simple, due to it's full-sized page.
* Easily move a note by typing the letter that is specified on the screen.

The Cons are:

* There should be more of a variety of choices to select style fonts in the Preferences box.
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