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Last Updated: March 15th, 2011

One of the minor things I find annoying about Android is that there's no stock note app. I never understood how all the dumbphones and featurephones I had in the past 5 years had a note "app," but when I upgraded to my first Android device, I was dumbfounded to find that Android lacked anything similar.

I have no problems with apps such as Remember The Milk as they do the task quite well. Still, a recurring cost of $25/yr strikes me as a bit absurd for something so simple - not to mention, I'm a fan of supporting the little guy.

Enter Epistle - to quote the item's description:

Epistle is a simple text editor that can sync all your notes with Dropbox.

Recent changes:
* Fixed nasty bug that prevented proper synchronization and caused app crash
* Fixed minor bugs
* Added quick 'new note' shortcut

Latest version: 0.1.1 (for all Android versions)

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Despite being such an early release, it seems that most of the major kinks have been worked out. The dev has been closely watching the comments on the XDA-Devs thread and the market comments, and has been very quick to address issues.

Sound like your cup o' tea? You know what to do:

[Source: XDA-Developers]

Aaron Gingrich
Aaron is a geek who has always had a passion for technology. When not working or writing, he can be found spending time with his family, playing a game, or watching a movie.

  • backslash

    Check AK Notepad! It's simple, free and syncs to the Cloud...

  • Raptor007

    I checked both Epistle and AK Notepad out in the AppBrain Market and both look good.

    One major difference so far, AK Notepad charges $1.99 for the ability to sync.

    So if Epistle is free & sync's while Epistle is free BUT, charges to sync I will give Epistle a chance first. Especially since you only get 15 minutes to evaluate and get a refund if you don't like it. Not enough time to determine if the sync works well enough.

  • Ruth

    Check out Google Docs app for Android. It works spectacularly! I share a document with my Hubby for TO-DO Items and Things to Buy. You can access it from anywhere you have an internet connect. LOVE IT!

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