alexjulien 0 Posted November 22, 2008 Share Posted November 22, 2008 Calling all developers. Now we have an API at our disposal, right? This opens the door for many interesting ideas. How about trying to develop an un-official offline client for smartphones? I was thinking to create an app that would export an html version of my notes, so I can carry them in my phone, with indexes by both notebooks and tags. Not too hard... or too powerful. No encryption, and it's read-only. But it's something. I just thought of another starting point. Have you heard about Upvise? They were called Unyverse before. Another web2.0 startup. But they have something quite interesting: a app-development platform. Check here: http://www.upvise.com/developer/default.aspx. It sounds like an interesting way to try and develop a decent looking app without doing it from the ground-up. And it's multi-platform. "Write once, run everywhere" Where have I heard this before? (BTW: I do not represent, belong, endorse or whatever Upvise. I just think their platform is cool) (And yes: I noticed Upvise handles "notes", but they aren't nearly as powerful as Evernote; no tags, no encryption, and no PC client, for starters.) Just an idea I'll look into later. But then again, someone might have more time / clue / drive to analyze this path further and tell us if I'm completely off-topic here, or if this could actually happen. Link to comment
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