Thursday, April 21, 2011

Moleskine debuts app for iPad and iPhone

Moleskine debuts app for iPad and iPhone, article.
The review is kind of lukewarm at best.
I read another review saying that very unlike the paper notebook it's named after, this is a very complex and confusing app.
Indeed I find the whole concept slightly silly. A Moleskine notebook is just a famous paper notebook. I imagine it is of good quality, but it's still just a stack of paper to write on. What features are there to base an app on?

2 comments:

Timo Lehtinen said...

What features are there to base an app on?

The rubber band is crucial. And the rounded corners.

Dave Nielsen said...

The paper Moleskin notebooks aren't even very good so it's not surprising the digital version would be a little lacking in luster. They are apparently quite popular with pretentious twats like Timo, though, who use them to record their inane thoughts.