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Pear Note: not a bad apple here…

30 Sep 2008 | | No Comment

Useful Fruit software, a relatively new company run by Chad Sellers, a former system-level security developer who worked in the Linux environment —  has just released their Mac-based software, Pear Note — which is designed “… to help users take and understand notes”.

In detail, Useful Fruit say that:

Pear Note records audio and/or video while you take your notes, so later you can find what was being said when you typed something. 

and has key features as follows:

  • Records keystrokes, audio, video, and slides
  • Search to help you find your notes quickly
  • Instantly jump to anywhere in the recording using the text or the slides
  • Supports Powerpoint, Keynote, and PDF slides

One of the major features for the world of digital documents is the last point, that Pear Note also allows you to include PDF slides, along with Powerpoint, and Keynote.

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