FOCUS wants to keep you on top of the game.
Fetchnotes, the Twitter-like note-taking app that employs @ usernames and # hashtags to keep your to-do lists organized, is releasing an updated version today that now connects the items you mention in your notes with their real-world counterparts. For example, when you tag things like #movies, #songs, #books, #read, or other common terms, Fetchnotes will go out and find the product mentioned and then add a link to the item into the app.
Here’s how it works: If you keep a list of books you want to read, Fetchnotes will pull in a link to the book’s page on Amazon.com. You can then tap the link to be taken to Amazon’s mobile website where you can buy the book, all from within Fetchnotes app. The same goes for anything hashtagged #groceries, which also pointed to products on Amazon.
The improved understanding of what your notes are about isn’t just…
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