Nnooo have just announced that development on their new DSiWare application myNotebook is almost completed and that the app is set for a release on the DSiWare service later this year.
You can check out the official press release below for a bit more information about this unique DSiWare application and what it will have to offer.
Nnooo announce the development of myNotebook™ as part of a brand new franchise. myNotebook will be the first title in their new myLifeCollected™ range of applications for Nintendo DSiWare™.
myNotebook is a simple notebook application which allows users to take notes, make lists (and cross the items off), play pen and paper games (games not included) or just have fun doodling away. myNotebook will initially be launched as three versions, Blue, Red and Green each featuring 32 pages and 18 paper styles to unlock.
"The myLifeCollected range is designed to give Nintendo DSi™ owners a fun way to carry aspects of their life with them at all times. Each application is designed to fulfil a specific task for example myNotebook is designed to allow users to jot down notes, make lists or sketch out ideas while out and about", said Nic Watt, Creative Director, Nnooo.
In myNotebook the user can select between a pen or pencil, 5 ink colours (black, blue, red, green or white), squared or lined paper (on a per page basis) and two line thickness. With a front, inside back and front covers to doodle on as well as 32 internal pages myNotebook represents a great way to jot information down in a hurry.
"We have focused on making sure that myNotebook saves each page as you write so that when you power down your Nintendo DSi and return later all the data is there for you. By pressing START at the first screen myNotebook will jump straight to the page you were on last time you used the notebook.", said Watt.
Users can unlock new paper styles to customise their notebooks as well as choosing from the Red, Blue or Green versions when they purchase.
"We decided to release 3 different versions of myNotebook for several reasons. Firstly to allow users a choice of colours, much like real life notebooks. And secondly as we are limited by how many pages we can add to the app we wanted to ensure that users could buy more notebooks if they perhaps did not want to clear pages in their original one", said Watt.
myNotebook is currently in the final stages of development with an expected release on Nintendo DSiWare later this year.
As usual, we'll have more information on myNotebook as it becomes available, as well as a full review of the application when it hits the DSiWare service later in the year.