WritePad Lite will provide a great note-taker that is easy to use, free, and offers features that will suit the needs for most people needing to take and share notes on-the-go.
Spokane, WA (PRWEB) June 24, 2013
PhatWare Corporation announces today the launch of the first-ever WritePad for Windows Phone, providing a simple way to input, organize and share notes.
With WritePad Lite, notes can be created and stored on a Windows Phone, and those notes can be shared directly from the app by syncing with SkyDrive, Evernote and Dropbox. WritePad Lite notes can also be easily posted on Facebook and Twitter, saved to Google Drive and sent via SMS.
Integration with the Windows Phone OS allows users to quickly insert a contact or location information into a note, as well as translate it into several languages while online using Microsoft Bing Translator.
“We are delighted to bring the first version of WritePad to Windows Phone,” said Stan Miasnikov, president of PhatWare. “WritePad Lite will provide a great note-taker that is easy to use, free, and offers features that will suit the needs for most people needing to take and share notes on-the-go.”
WritePad Availability and Pricing:
WritePad Lite is available now and for free in the Windows Phone Store. Optional synchronization of WritePad documents with SkyDrive, Dropbox, or Evernote requires $1.99 in-app purchase.
Founded in October 1997, PhatWare® Corporation is a leading provider of easy to use powerful software products and professional services for the mobile and desktop computing marketplace. PhatWare specializes in handwriting recognition, digital ink, note taking, and database and network management software development. PhatWare’s products include such popular titles as CalliGrapher®, PenOffice®, PhatPad®, WritePad®, and others. PhatWare Corporation is a Microsoft Certified Partner, and Intel Software Partner. To learn more about PhatWare, visit http://www.phatware.com.
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