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Published 12/10/2010 and rated Ratingstars2 2 out of 5 stars
by AppAppeal Editor
What can you use the app for?

Remembering people can be a real chore, especially with the accessibility of the internet. Many people connect with far more individuals than they ever would have offline. Noteleaf offers a system that helps users remember who they spoke to and other important notes to jog their memory. The application is easy to use. It works by giving the user a place to enter a Twitter style note about someone into their personal note collection. They can reference the notes later to remember who the person was or how they met them. They can also include scheduled events and alerts in case they have to do something for or with the person. Noteleaf works through a small box that can be used while browsing the internet or doing almost anything on a computer. The user can check out a social networking profile and add notes to their Noteleaf entry. The system is easy, simple, and very quick to use.

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What is the history and popularity of the app?

Noteleaf is based out of Mountain View, California and was introduced in 2010. The application was intended to help people keep tabs on their social network. Users can manage notes on people they know online and offline to reference later. Today, Noteleaf is an easy way to stay on top of the user’s social circle.

What are the differences to other apps?

Noteleaf provides a simple service that is extremely helpful. People have been taking notes for decades. A quick message can help us remember many things. Noteleaf takes this concept and applies it to the user’s social circle. With so many people managing social networking profiles online, it is much easier to learn about them. Using Noteleaf, users will not only learn about others but never forget the important details they learn.

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How does the web app look and feel to use?

The Noteleaf website invites users with a very clean, stylish appearance. The orange and green color scheme adds a hint of flavor. Stylish screen shots and images of Noteleaf on mobile devices help the user learn more about the way the system works. While using Noteleaf, the user can open a small pop up box that overlaps their other programs or browser. Using this box, they can literally add notes while reading information or interacting with the person whose notes they are updating.

How does the registration process work?

New users can join Noteleaf by clicking on the orange “Sign Up” button along the bottom left hand side of the homepage. The registration form is very short, asking for an email address and password. After providing the details, the user can click the black and white “Sign Up” button at the bottom of the form to complete registration.

What does it cost to use the application?

Noteleaf offers a simple service at the best price: free. There are no premium paid memberships and no subscription charges required. Users only need to supply a small amount of personal information to begin using the site. This works well to encourage more users to tap into the potential of Noteleaf. The service is not complicated and relies entirely on the user’s ability to take notes. However at the price of free, it is definitely worth a try.

Who would you recommend the application to?

Anyone who has trouble remembering names and faces can really appreciate Noteleaf. The application allows users to keep as many notes as they need. The user creates the note so it stays relevant to them. They can easily manage notes or reference them, even while chatting with the other person online.

  • Use a pop up box to add notes while reviewing user profiles on other sites
  • Take notes in a way that works for them
  • Quickly reference notes about a specific person
  • Add date specific notifications
  • View notes alongside profile images

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