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    Default Trying to fine tune my Xoom to help me stay organized in my business....

    I own a business servicing saltwater aquariums. I bought this Xoom to help me stay on top of my appointments, keep client information current, and most importantly, send invoices on the job. While I've been able to get all these tasks done now (thanks to this forum). I'm hoping to accomplish one final task. I need to keep notes for all the tanks I clean. For example, when I change filters, or when I add fish. I need dates on them so I know when to change them again, etc.

    I know I can use a simple notepad through the app store, but I need to find a note system that syncs online. Currently I have a shortcut to my Google Notebook, which is great, the only problem is I cant work on it offline. Any ideas?
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    have never used it but i think evernote is what you are looking for. i believe it syncs to the pc and back to your app.
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    Evernote, and the paid version can be used off line. The Irish and awesome application andcross platform.
    Try the free version and see how it works you. Real good search feature, you too.
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    Cool, I've got it running now. Thanks guys, exactly what I was looking for!
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    Yes, Evernote is great, I am in the process of starting up a new business (making and selling bbq rubs, mmmm) and using my Xoom as much as I can to stay organized. Right now I am using Evernote to keep notes/ideas/things to do. Seems to work great, I can use it offline, then it updates when I have an internet connection.
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    Another great app to check out is SpringPad. I also use Evernote, but have been using SpringPad more and more. It allows you to organize notes, tasks, bookmarks, and other things, and it syncs everything online. Oh, it's also FREE!
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    Evernote has a Honeycomb version, currently in beta, but you have to get it off-market: Evernote User Forum • View topic - Evernote for Android v. 3.0 Alpha 1

    The headline says "alpha", but if you click the download link in the Evernote forum above, you'll see the APK is beta version 132747.

    I honestly don't see much of a difference from the Market version of Evernote, but it's worth checking out because they say they are considering other changes to optimize it for tablets.

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