Sync documents across all webOS Device with TapNote
There are quite a few options for you to view or edit text documents on your webOS devices, but very few of them office a single app that works across all of your webOS devices and offers a cloud sync solution. In some cases you need to purchase separate apps for your phone and TouchPad, and others only have local file functionality. However, if have a Dropbox account and $5 that you are willing to spend, TapNote by One Crayon will give you a single app solution that will work on any device running webOS 1.4.5 or higher. Actually, it is technically two different apps that are available for phones and the TouchPad--as the TouchPad app was rewritten in Enyo--but a single purchase in the App Catalog will allow you to download the app for free on any other device tied to your Palm Profile.
- Once you load up the app, swipe-down from the top-left to view the Application drop-down menu and select Preferences
- In the preferences screen, toggle "Sync with Dropbox" to ON
- A pop-up will appear for you to enter your Dropbox log-in credentials. Enter your email and password and tap the "Log In" button to authorize TapNote on your Dropbox account
- Swipe back on phones or close the Enyo sliding pane on the TouchPad to return to TapNote and perform your first sync.
Once done, any document you create or edit will be saved to a "TapNote" folder in Dropbox. This means that you will be able to access these documents from any device or computer that has access to Dropbox, and those changes will be synced back as soon as you open up your device, regardless of which webOS device you are using.
TapNote (all devices) is available in the webOS App Catalog for $5 and is compatible with all webOS devices running webOS 1.4.5 or higher. You can also try TapNote Lite for free to try out the app, but will have some limited functionality.