[NTLK] The iPas is great, but...

Lucien Dupont lwdupont at gmail.com
Mon Apr 12 00:43:18 EDT 2010

I suspect when Omni releases OmniOutliner, it would be pretty close to
what you want:


On Tue, Apr 6, 2010 at 8:38 AM, Carlos Pessoa <carlos.pessoa at gmail.com> wrote:
> I do miss a LOT Newton's "Notes" application... I have not found
> anything similar for the iPad or iPhone.
> If you add the SuperNotepad package to it, it becomes perfect. How
> come no one could develop something similar to the iPhone OS
> platform?? It would be a killer app. Even Apple could include the very
> same application built-in in the iPhone OS.
> I would love to see all those great functionalities built-in in one
> single iPad/iPhone app:
> - outline mode: very easy indent options, bullets or number or letters
> - check lists
> - support to bullet point drag-and-drop (including all children bullets)
> - Stationary support
> - ability to draw freehand or shapes (with ability to resize them)
> - hand-write recognition
> - ink text support
> - ability to write anywhere on the screen, including shapes a freehand drawing
> Is it that difficult? This app has been around since Newton OS 2.0 and
> even in 2010 no one could match its functionality...
> If I only could program, I guess I would be rich!! :)
> For everything else, I am loving the iPad. Of course, a MoreInfo-like
> application would be awesome, but I understand the lack of a soup-like
> database makes it difficult to develop.
> best regards,
> Carlos
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