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ArchDaily App Guide: Webnotes

ArchDaily App Guide: Webnotes

ArchDaily’s Architecture App Guide will introduce you to web and mobile apps that can help you as an architect: productivity, inspiration, drafting, and more. 

With SXSW  around the corner, many startups will be launching their new apps during next week, and here is a glimpse. We introduce you Webnote by Hopin a free iPad/iPad Mini app that can help you during your creative process. Webnote is basically a browser, with added gesture functions to clip content and create visual notes from web pages, store it under your profile (with privacy settings), easily share theme on Facebook or Twitter and discover interesting contents or "notes" from people you follow. 

A simple double tap on any part of a web page (image, text or video) will isolate that particular element and bring up a frame with a preview of the note, where you can adjust or pinch for zoom in/out. On that frame you will have the option to configure the sharing options, and another tap will bring a text area to describe what you are capturing or to make your own annotation.

All the contents that you save or share will be display for you to revive on a simple and visual sidebar where you can check your private notes, the notes that you shared and also the notes from people that you care about to follow, being also a great source of inspiration. 

Within your side bar you can simply slide a note to the right to open the web page from where it was made. Or if you want to save a note for later, slide to the left and save it into your private area.

You can download Webnote at the App Store for free . More screenshots of Webnote after the break:

The sidebar
The sidebar
Drag and drop
Drag and drop
Framing content
Framing content
Clipping content
Clipping content
Adding a description to a clip
Adding a description to a clip
Clipping a photo
Clipping a photo
Clipping text from an article on the web
Clipping text from an article on the web
Cite: David Basulto. "ArchDaily App Guide: Webnotes" 07 Mar 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/341455/archdaily-app-guide-webnotes/> ISSN 0719-8884
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