2008-10-26, 05:08 AM
Originally Posted by brianogilvie
If you download the desktop version of Evernote (which requires having an online account), you can save and edit notes locally; your edits will be synced when you are next online (or however you set your prefs). You can even create local notebooks that are not synced to the Evernote servers.
But would I not still need to be connected to the Evernote servers to read those notes on my iPhone? I was really talking about viewing notes on my iPhone, I'm sorry I wasn't clear about that.
I could have another look at Evernote I suppose. But I'd still prefer to have my notes available offline on the iPhone, as well as the Mac, and synchronise with MobileMe.
EDIT: I've just downloaded Evernote again for the iPhone and Desktop. I did read a future update will include local storage of favourite notes on the iPhone. I'll still be open to whatever Omni product that might become available that serves as a note app on the iPhone.
Last edited by Peter Mount; 2008-10-26 at 06:35 AM..