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How about Web version?

burrum 7 years ago updated by Alex Jenter 7 years ago 0

Hey! Been away from CN for awhile since I've bought Android phone. Now that I have many devices (home and work PC, friends PC, smartphone), powers of single desktop Windows CN is not enough. I also have quite a lot of browsers now and would like to have all my bookmarks in the web.


What I'm looking for right now is a super lightweight notes + bookmarks web service. So far I've found Pinboard and using it. It's good for bookmarks, but note functionality is not really ready to go. And I really miss some gread ideas and mechanics I first saw in CN.


So the question, are you planning to expand CN to all platforms? (and dominate! Hehe..)


Like: a cloud-based service with decent desktop and mobile web versions, and a well-defined public API for 3rd party apps for concrete OSes (iOS, Android, MeeGo, webOS, etc)?


P.S. Why I'm asking YOU this is because I really like design approaches seen in CN and actually looking for the same, just on the cloud.

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Hi burrum, welcome back!
The short answer is: we are considering this possibility, but not in the near future. Developing the whole cloud infrastructure is currently unfortunately out of the question due to our very limited resources which barely cover developing of the core Windows app.

Also this is not the highest priority because we don't want to follow Evernote steps 1 to 1 - we need to be different to have some competitive edge.

But I reckon SimpleNote sync  - which is planned for this Christmas - should fit the bill quite nicely for you. There are plenty of SimpleNote clients on both Android and iOS.

 

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Hi burrum, welcome back!
The short answer is: we are considering this possibility, but not in the near future. Developing the whole cloud infrastructure is currently unfortunately out of the question due to our very limited resources which barely cover developing of the core Windows app.

But I reckon SimpleNote sync  - which is planned for this Christmas - should fit the bill quite nicely for you. There are plenty of SimpleNote clients on both Android and iOS.

 

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Hi burrum, welcome back!
The short answer is: we are considering this possibility, but not in the near future. Developing the whole cloud infrastructure is currently unfortunately out of the question due to our very limited resources which barely cover developing of the core Windows app.

Also this is not the highest priority because we don't want to follow Evernote steps 1 to 1 - we need to be different to have some competitive edge.

But I reckon SimpleNote sync  - which is planned for this Christmas - should fit the bill quite nicely for you. There are plenty of SimpleNote clients on both Android and iOS.