In no particular order... 1) Offline storage & sync 2) Notebook view (no concern about screen size if you list the notebooks first, or have a drop down filter) 3) Native WebOS editing functionality (select all, copy, paste, cursor positioning) 4) Formatting (Heading levels, lists, checkboxes, etc. If it can be done on the web, it can be done on WebOS) 5) Like #2, tab view and/or dropdown filter 6) Checkbox toggling, without being in edit mode 7) Key combo shortcuts wherever possible 8) Swipe to delete (come on, it's a native gesture... come to think of it, support back swipes) 9) Note title list style option (do we really need to see the notes squeezed into a little thumbnails that we can't recognize anyway?) 10) Extended preferences ("default list view" for one, but others could include "default list style", "autosave seconds", even custom keyboard shortcuts) Now imagine: Open the app and be presented with your list of notebooks. Tap the one you want and see all titles within. Tap on the title you want to view the note, then the edit button to edit it. But wait! Don't like that? You'd rather just open the app and see the thumbnails of the notes for the last selected notebook? Just set your preferences accordingly. Don't want a note any longer? Swipe it off the screen from the list and it's gone. Found some great text on a blog or in a PDF manual? Just use the native WebOS copy and paste gestures to get it into EN. Uh oh. Sitting in the passenger seat or on a bus/train and lost signal? No worries, that's what the offline storage/editing is for. It'll sync up automatically when the signal is back. Now imagine paying two or three bucks for all this great functionality.... Can you? I can.