13th of September 2013 Comments Off

New catch import in MobisleNotes


When we heard the sad news that Catch was closing down their app and sync-service we decided to make an import tool as quick as possible.

For users who were able to download a ZIP-file with information can now go to the MobisleNotes-website, create an account and then press the button at the top to import their information.


We are welcoming every former Catch-user with open arms!

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27th of June 2012 Comments Off

New MobisleNotes!


We have been busy but it’s finally here: the biggest update in MobisleNotes’s history!

We have built a whole new web sync. It will store all your notes in the MobisleNotes cloud completely free so you will never lose a note again! In addition you can now edit your notes from any device, Android, iPhone and iPad and via your Mac or PC by visiting With the Premium features you can now also share your notes to anyone and even have other MobisleNotes users collaborate with you on a list or note. For example you can make a shopping list together with your spouse and it will be updated directly.

Besides the new web sync, we have made a lot of improvements and tweaks to the app. Here is a list of just a few of them:

  • Cross-platform support
  • Updated and refined design
  • Folder support (you guys have really asked for this)
  • Global search
  • Trash – recover deleted notes
  • Swipe to trash (iOS)
  • Lock text editing/check-off mode
  • Share your notes with anyone over the web
  • Collaborate on notes in real time
  • New widgets with ICS (4.0) support for scrolling and re-sizing (Android)
  • Completely new iPad interface with retina support

We are very happy about the outcome and MobisleNotes is now nearing the product we always envisioned. We’d love it if you tried it out, and give us any feedback you might have. We hope you’ll love it!


MobisleNotes for Android
MobisleNotes for iPhone and iPad 

Read more about MobisleNotes at

Side notes:

  1. We are getting a few questions about the the Gdrive version of MobisleNotes for Android (formerly “Pro” and “Gdoc”) and our intention is to update this app with minor changes but it will be kept as a separate product that only syncs with Google Docs. Anyone that would like to switch from the Gdocs app can send us an e-mail and we will work something out. Be sure we want to keep our loyal users happy.
  2. The old sync for iOS is going to be discontinued within a few months and will NO LONGER work. All your data will be transferred through the app and make sure to update to the latest version as soon as possible.
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1st of November 2011 Comments Off

MobisleNotes hit 200 000+ active installs on Android

We are happy to announce that we as of last week reached over 200 000 active installs of MobisleNotes for Android. Only <3% of these are on Android 1.6 which is very handy.

This is very exciting as we are currently in the finishing phases of taking MobisleNotes to a completely new level (I know we have said this for some time now but we rather do it right than fast). Anyone wanna join the Beta can kindly send us a and e-mail at


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7th of October 2011 4

Problem with backups


There have been a few comments and questions regarding problems with the backup. We are aware of the problem but we have no good solution in sight. Here is an explanation from our dev team:

Unfortunately there is a bug in the Android OS that is caused by certain SD-cards. Android mistakenly assumes that the database is corrupt. Older versions of Android responds to this by crashing, while never versions instead deletes all data and gives the app an empty database. Currently there are no efficient way to import the notes into MobisleNotes. However it is still possible to recover the notes to your computer if they are important. Also we are currently working on a workaround to this problem, and with the next release this issue will be solved.

One way to retrieve your notes is if you connect your phone to your computer you can mount the sd-card, so it can be accessed from the computer. Your backups are in the folder “MobisleNotes”. If you want you can mail the database to us, and we will extract them for you and send them back. This would be done automatically and no one would read your notes.

To manually extract your notes you will need a database-manager. If you are using firefox as your browser, one of the simplest way is to use an add-on called “SQLite Manager”. This program will be able to open the database-file. After you have installed the add-on, in firefox click “Tools” and choose “SQLite Manager”. First open the database. Your notes can be extracted like this: In the menu to the left, select the backup file. Click “Tables”, then “notes” and choose “Export”. Here you can configure the settings of the export, but just click “ok” to export your notes as a csv-file. Some redundant data will also be in the file, but your notes should be fully readable.

Update 120117: There is no solution in sight for this problem and as we are introducing a free web-sync in the upcoming version we are phasing out the automatic backup within a few versions. Anyone that have experienced this problem will be rewarded with 1 year premium subscription of the new service. More on this when we have launched the new version. 

Update 111201: This bug only occurs on HTC phones and we have ongoing  support from HTC to solve it. If you experiencing this issue on an other manufacturer, please let us know.   



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17th of December 2010 5

MobisleNotes on iOS

MobisleNotes is now finaly avialible for the iOS!

MobisleNotes iPhone

The app will work great on iPhone, iPhone 4, iPod Touch and on the iPad. We have a completly new self developed web sync for this app that will store your notes safely online and are working on a web app as well. We have added the most used feature from Android and will continue to improve both this new iPhone app as well as the Android version.

- Switch between plain text or checklist on the fly
- Web backup
- Set note reminders
- Password protect notes
and more…

We hope you’ll like it!

Any feature requests for the iOS version can be posted on our feedback forum.

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1st of November 2010 4

Mobisle Notes 2.0 and Pro on Samsung Galaxy Tab


So here is an other preview of the upcoming release of Mobisle Notes Pro and 2.0 Lite (changed name from “Free).

11th of August 2010 15

Mobisle Notes 1.8

We have just released an other update of Mobisle Notes for Android. In addition to bug fixes and optimization we added these features:

Indentation - You are now able to make sub categories within a checklist. This is done by swiping with your finger from one side to an other. This feature needs to be turned on in the settings menu.

Restore deleted notes – If you would like to recover a deleted list there is now a settings option to do that. “Settings -> Backup -> Restore deleted note”. A deleted note will be kept in the trash for 2 weeks.

Backup preview – For users with Android 2.2 (Froyo) there is now a new backup system witch allow you to preview the different backups inorder to avoid choosing an old backup.

URL and phone number links – There is now an option to make phone numbers and links clickable in a note. This feature needs to be turned on in the settings menu.

Improved language support – We have improved some of the translations in the app and added support for Dutch, Polish, Italian, Russian. This is all thanks to the wonderful support from dedicated users.

Special thanks to:
Suzanne (Dutch)
Kirill Shamilin (Russian)
Igor Paraskeva (Russian)
Hannes Klauser (German)
Dominik Eder (German)
Daniel R. (Portugese)
Luca Minardi (Italian)
Daniele Arrighi (Italian)
Przemysław Załęski (Polish)


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