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Whenever we start a new year, we really want to focus on the "new" part. Wherever we can get a "clean slate", we try.
When it comes to our technology, that ...
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When it comes to our technology, that may mean cleaning out our files and folders, reviewing our native applications and deleting those going unused, or simply (and finally) getting to that elusive “inbox zero”.
SoundNote is the best way to take notes in meetings, lectures, and interviews. It tracks what you type and draw while recording audio, so you'll never worry about missing an important detail. During playback, just tap a word: SoundNote will jump right to the proper time in the audio.
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