Welcome, Accidental Tech Podcast listeners. Here's a special Notograph.net just for you with an extended Director's Cut of the Jonathan Mann music video.
Have you ever been thumbing through pictures of your kids or your cats and had the moment interrupted by a picture you took just to remember something?
If you already use your camera for pictures of sketches or business cards or whiteboards or napkins or signs or any other thing you want to remember but DO NOT want in your camera roll or your Photo Stream, then NOTOGRAPH is just what you've been waiting for.
Notograph: the Music Video (Director's Cut)
quick capture, always opens ready to snap
saves your photo stream (Notograph has its own camera roll)
a unique linear thumbnail that you can set
sorting into category folders
swipe to move or delete a Notograph
multi-select to take action on more than one Notograph
sync to iCloud or Dropbox
share to Evernote
share via mail
share via message
save to camera roll (but only when you choose)
more sharing options coming soon
Notograph is great for
- business cards
- whiteboard or chalkboard notes
- a picture of the guy you kidnapped holding today's newspaper to prove he's still alive
- parking garage locator signs
- Home Improvement trucks with phone numbers
- funny signs
- bumper stickers
- household shopping reminders
- gift ideas
- home remodel ideas
- signs with cars for sale
- license plates when someone cuts you off
- wine labels to remember
- inkjet ink numbers
- A/C filter sizes
Notograph State of the App post. Spoiler: not dead, version 2 in development, sales suck, but the idea is still good. http://t.co/3IBg0wyzwY
Productivity Tip: DVR Breaking Bad and don’t watch it. Fear of spoilers prevents any time wasting on the internet.
We have the ability to import from the camera roll (e.g. screenshots) coming in the next version. http://t.co/XriWGWMPZd
This really seems like it's from The Onion. http://t.co/us2Ibipezk
Stuff we think we're supposed to put down here
Notograph is a production of Notograph LLC. This website and its contents copyright Notograph LLC. There should probably be some other legal stuff down here, but can we all just do the right thing?