They're almost here!

Nnooo has just announced that their myNotebook DSiWare applications have been approved for release by Nintendo and each have their own individual release dates for each of the three different colors.

You can check out the contents of the press release below for the exact release dates along with some interesting information about the applications.

Nnooo are pleased to announce that myNotebook™ has been approved for release in both Europe and North America for Nintendo DSiWare™. The three different versions of myNotebook will launch on the following dates for 200 Nintendo DSi Points™:

myNotebook: Blue™ launches Friday 20th November in Europe, Australia and New Zealand and Monday 23rd November in the Americas.

myNotebook: Red™ launches Friday 4th December in Europe, Australia and New Zealand and Monday 7th December in the Americas.

myNotebook: Green™ launches Friday 18th December in Europe, Australia and New Zealand and Monday 21st December in the Americas.

myNotebook: Blue, Red and Green are the first releases in Nnooo's new myLifeCollected range. A range of lifestyle applications for the Nintendo DSi™.

"myNotebook is an application designed to allow users to quickly and easily take notes, doodle, makes lists or even play traditional pen and paper games." said Nic Watt, Creative Director, Nnooo.

"With the option to change each page to be lined or squared paper as well as change the paper style we think Nintendo DSi owners will have plenty of ways to customise and utilise their notebooks."

Each myNotebook comes with 32 pages which can individually be toggled to lined or squared paper as well as an outside and two inside covers that can be personalised. Additionally there are nine lined and nine squared paper types to be unlocked through; frequent use, owning other colours of myNotebook and as a special reward owners of Pop+ Solo get an exclusive lined and squared paper type to use.

We'll have more information on myNotebook as it becomes available, as well as a full review when the applications hit the DSiWare service.