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previous projects: alchemy, swik, open source stuff, now adylitica.
We have just released our newest App on the Apple App Store: Everyday Notes.
Here is the idea behind the App: just write down what is going on in your life. A simple piece of paper for every day.
Do it (Tomorrow) was made for people who don’t want to be super organized. There’s no labels. There’s no due dates. There’s no ‘hey why haven’t you done this’. Instead there’s a big button next to every task: “I’ll do it tomorrow!”
Everyday Notes is made the same way. Not every event in your life has a time. Most things are just ‘will/should happen on this day’.
Our goal is to give you a great, elegant planning notebook that you don’t have to carry with you: it’s in your phone. It’s not software. It doesn’t say ‘fill in these forms to continue’. It’s paper. You write down what you want. If you want a photo, you paste it on.
That’s our mission in bringing these Apps to life: we love paper, but we’d love it even more if it also had the convenience of our mobile devices.

We have just released our newest App on the Apple App Store: Everyday Notes.

Here is the idea behind the App: just write down what is going on in your life. A simple piece of paper for every day.

Do it (Tomorrow)¬†was made for people who don’t want to be super organized. There’s no labels. There’s no due dates. There’s no ‘hey why haven’t you done this’. Instead there’s a big button next to every task: “I’ll do it tomorrow!”

Everyday Notes is made the same way. Not every event in your life has a time. Most things are just ‘will/should happen on this day’.

Our goal is to give you a great, elegant planning notebook that you don’t have to carry with you: it’s in your phone. It’s not software. It doesn’t say ‘fill in these forms to continue’. It’s paper. You write down what you want. If you want a photo, you paste it on.

That’s our mission in bringing these Apps to life: we love paper, but we’d love it even more if it also had the convenience of our mobile devices.

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