A good quote deserves to be remembered, and Quotebook is designed to do just that: it's a simple, elegant way to archive those scraps of language you know might be worth revisiting down the line.
Quotebook, $2, iPhone. There's not a whole lot to it: it's a notebook for quotes. A quotebook. You can easily enter a new quote, along with an "author," a "source," a rating out of five stars, and, if you want to keep organized, a tag or two. Then you can search through your collection of quotables, browse them by date, rating, author, or source. And quotes can be anything! Not just noble things said by noble people! Tidbits from movies; things you overhear on the subway; lines from blog posts you like. Whatever.
People who appreciate a good quote; people who underline things in books; people who absent-mindedly scribble down lyrics from songs they like on whatever piece of paper they might have in front of them.
Yes, OK, you could just mark these down in the default notes app, or whatever other app you use for general purpose notes, but you could cut away at your steak with a butterknife, too. And while it might get the job done, more or less, it's certainly not as easy as using a steak knife. If you find yourself taking down quotes—be them passages from things you read, lyrics from songs you like or lines from movies you watch—Quotebook is a nice way to keep them organized and accessible.
The tags box is hidden under the keyboard when you're making a new entry, with no way to scroll down. That ain't right! Also, like I said, you could just be marking these down in your notepad—someway to look at other users' quotes would be nice.
Quotebook for iPhone | iTunes
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