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Innovative New App Takes Note Taking Process to Another Level

Panda Eyed Devs is proud to announce the release of a powerful new app, Note Pilot, which puts notetaking into the hands of working professionals. Getting the message across has never been easier!

KREFELD, Germany, Feb. 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Panda Eyed Devs recently announced the release of Note Pilot, a powerful app that allows iPad users to annotate images, PDF documents and even emails in a way that captures the voice of the professional making a statement loud and clear. Note Pilot incorporates image capture, handwritten notes, typed notes and even recorded sound into a file to be shared via email to customers, colleagues, friends or the world with a single click.

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Note Pilot's Audio Recording provides a new dimension to note taking allowing users to incorporate the power of sound into their files. Panda Eyed Devs Owner, Andre Weiss, claims, "Note Pilot is a super useful app that allows for ultimate versatility when it comes to sending images or documents to which you need to add notes. It's suitable for annotating plans, PDF documents, sketches, photos and any work in progress."

The Note Pilot app is useful for the wide array of tablet users who, as a result of changes in the times, now look to their technology for nearly everything. Pen and paper have become less widely available in the average setting, but technology such as your tablet is almost always right at your fingertips. Note Pilot solves the problem that arises when notes or additional comments are needed on a particular file or subject and there's no pen or paper to annotate. With just a few clicks, Note Pilot allows the user to compile a detailed annotation including both handwritten and typed notes, spoken words and additional images where necessary. Elaborating or explaining has never been so easy!

Note Pilot is not limited to email sharing. Panda Eyed Devs Owner Andre Weiss ensures, "Note Pilot works with Dropbox and Evernote and it's versatile in that it's not just for photos but also for PDF documents." The integration of the Note Pilot app to work seamlessly with Dropbox and Evernote puts this powerful tool in the hands of millions of people who are already utilizing other document sharing applications for everyday communications at work & in play. With Note Pilot, decision making is at the fingertips of every user, sharing is simple and collaborative tools to document answers are mere seconds away.

Visit www.pandaeyedapps.com to learn more about Note Pilot.

About Panda Eyed Devs 
Panda Eyed Devs is a team of designers and developers who are passionate about creating feature-rich apps for iOS. Energy and passion are at the core of each iOS app that is developed at Panda Eyed Devs. Located in Krefeld, Germany, Panda Eyed Devs continues to work together to provide useful apps that allow users to voice their opinions, work together, and annotate their world. For more information contact [email protected].

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