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Many users have complained about 'missing' features in the iPod touch, like an email application, the ability to add entries to the Calendar, and a note taking application. Until the iPod touch is 'hacked' to allow the installation of third-party apps, or for those who don't want to hack the iPod touch, it is possible -- and not entirely inconvenient -- to use the Contacts database to take notes that are then automatically uploaded to the home computer when the iPod touch is synced.

What I do is create a new Contact with a number for the first name and A for the last name, so it shows up at the top of the contacts list. Then create a new field in the contact named Notes and type away. It will probably hold as much as you're likely to want to type with the iPod touch's keyboard. When you next sync the iPod touch, the note(s) will show up in your Address Book, in whatever folder you have designated in iTunes. The default new folder is named Added.
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Take notes on an iPod touch
Authored by: schneb on Sep 18, '08 04:03:17PM

New iPod Touch (9/08) has a notepad and Gmail.



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