Taking note-taking to brand new heights is the ingenious Trunk Notes Personal Wiki, and iPhone and iPad app that you can use to intelligently link your notes together to create your very own personal wiki.
I really like the idea behind this app and frankly I’m surprised that I haven’t come across one like this before; if you take a lot of notes and want a common-sense way of linking them together then I think you’ll be in for a treat with this app.
Making what is probably my personal favorite addition to the Productivity category of the App Store this month is Trunk Notes Personal Wiki, which as the name suggests, can be used to create your own personal wiki with ease.
This app basically works by allowing you to add hyperlinks between your various notes, and you can then use Wi-Fi connectivity to access your Trunk Notes wikis from your desktop web browser; how cool is that?!
Your own personal wiki
Trunk Notes Personal Wiki also allows for images and audio clips to be attached to your wiki entries, and it provides full support for Markdown formatting and TextExpander, so you really have got everything you need to create some truly comprehensive collections of information.
As well as being able to use Wi-Fi to view your wikis on your desktop computer, you can also create handy digital back up of them by archiving them in a .ZIP folder and then emailing them to yourself. All formatting remains intact.