Appxela® Notes is your personal mobile wiki and blog.
It is a text editor designed with a clean and minimalist, color-coded user interface.
While reading notes, Appxela Notes uses the book style where you can flip through your notes a page at a time by swiping left or right. The reading mode helps prevent accidental overwriting of your notes. You can then simply tap on the orange bar to edit your note at any time.
It has hyperlinking capabilities which gives you the power to relate your notes in meaningful ways, similar to the way Wikipedia links work. This works by enclosing the word or phrase with [[double brackets like this]].
More advanced formatting features are available but we encourage you to get familiar with the basic plain text and hyperlinks before trying other Wikipedia-like formatting syntax.
If you are familiar with creating Wikipedia or MediaWiki articles, then you'll feel right at home with Appxela Notes using a few of the basic formatting syntax. However, advanced features such as templates, images and wikitables are not supported at this time.
You can link to your favorite websites without having to leave the app. (PLEASE NOTE that because the app has a built-in browser and has access to the internet, the rating is 17+ although the app itself has no adult or inappropriate content.)