Kdan Mobile has released NoteLedge, a mobile note-taking application for iPad that combines handwriting, typing, drawing and audio and video recording all in one package. Built around the theme of a classic leather bound journal, NoteLedge gives its users a multitude of ways to take notes, create a travel diary, or just write up day-to-day events.
NoteLedge comes loaded with features that give users lots of options, both creative and functional, at the touch of a finger. The patented “Navigator” gadget provides users with the ability to copy and crop selected content from the notes, including texts, photos or their own drawings, then paste it anywhere within the active area. The Navigator also gives users a quick way to add a vast collection of icons into their notes. NoteLedge comes with a library of ready to use icons, and users can build their own personal library of icons via the Navigator.
NoteLedge offers a way for travelers to create their journal diary, “This is what mobile life is all about: you have a device that gives you the flexibility to be connected, but we want you to have the ability to preserve your precious memories to share. That's been our company's focus and we are now empowering users to do it with our app,” says Kenny Su, CEO of Kdan Mobile.
As a fully multimedia tool, NoteLedge lets users record multiple audios and videos, and then insert the files right into their notes. The strong multimedia features are also expected to be a big plus for business professionals that need to attend meetings on a regular basis. NoteLedge takes care of what a recording pen could offer and provides more surprises beyond a recording pen could to its users.
Building upon the success of Kdan's PDF Reader series, NoteLedge incorporates the PDF technology and allows users to save work in either JPG or PDF formats. “We want to let more users realize what Kdan Mobile can help them achieve. Our corporate motto is to create an ubiquitous mobile computing environment that makes people's lives easier. By including our best feature from the PDF Reader series in NoteLedge, we are one step closer to our goal,” says Erwin Lin, CTO of Kdan Mobile. NoteLedge also allows you to back up notes to a wide range of cloud storage sites including DropBox, iDisk, Box.net, GoogleDocs, and FTP.
With the launch of NoteLedge, Kdan Mobile has become known as a developer dedicated to provide business and productivity mobile applications. According to the leadership, Kdan Mobile has built a product pipeline that will continue the success in the business area.