Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) December 11, 2012
Theory.io today announced its next update for Projectbook, a premium note taking and to-do management app for iPad. Debuting as the fourth best-selling paid iPad app in early August 2012, Projectbook 1.2 now includes iCloud syncing, allowing users to sync notes and to-do lists between devices automatically simply by tapping one button one time in the app. Additionally, Projectbook 1.2 lets users wrap text around images, zoom into notes and sketches by pinching, and it has been upgraded with multi-tasking, allowing users to work on notes and to-do lists while simultaneously downloading email and syncing between devices. Projectbook 1.2 is available in the App Store today as a free update. Regularly priced at $6.99, Projectbook will be on sale for $1.99 through December 31, 2012. Celebrate the holidays by giving the gift of productivity with Projectbook 1.2.
Projectbook lets users type notes, handwrite notes, record audio, sketch, track to-dos with an integrated to-manager, sync with iCloud, and quickly find notes, PDFs, and Word docs -- even if they're not organized. Like a web page, Projectbook automatically links key words in notes to help users jump quickly between related information. Folders, tags, dates can organize notebooks, or Projectbook can organize notes automatically with its Active Folders.
Price and Availability:
Normally, $6.99, Projectbook is available at a special price of $1.99 through December 19, 2012. Projectbook 1.2 works with all models of the iPad 2 and the third and fourth generation iPad’s, and it is available now from the App Store.
Theory.io connects the things you need to do with the information that gets them done. It makes products for tablets, smartphones, and computers that help people stay organized wherever they are, without having to depend on subscriptions or Internet connections. Theory.io was founded by Peter Tamte, who has built companies that have developed top-selling consumer software for Apple® products for more than two decades, creating MacSoft and Destineer, and participating in executive roles at Bungie and Apple. Theory.io is a privately held corporation based in Minneapolis, MN. For more information, visit http://www.theory.io.