CryptoNotes (for Windows Phone and HP WebOS)

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 CryptoNotes for Windows Phone - Description

CryptoNotes is a password protected notes app with SkyDrive integration. It initially started on Palm WebOS and is the equivalent to TopSecret for PalmOS or BestJotter for S60. It's a great place to store free-form passwords or user info. Unlike other password managers, there are no predefined fields, so you store your info the way you want to. The type-to-search feature looks through everything, not only a subject or tag.

The main features are:
  • No predefined fields. Store your information as you see fit.
  • Full text search
  • Backup to SkyDrive
  • Encrypted Backups (not available in Trial Mode)
  • Plain Text Backups
  • Import from SkyDrive (not available in Trial Mode)
  • Automatic Backup after a note is modified (not available in Trial Mode)
  • Auto-lock timeout (not available in Trial Mode)

    Download from the Marketplace

    Windows Phone Screenshots


    Import File Format

    	;Note1 Line 1%Note1 Line 2
    	;Note2 Line 1%Note2 Line 2%Note2 Line 3%And so on...
    	;Note3 Line 1%Note3 Line 2%
    	;Note4 Line 1 followed by an empty line%%
    	
    Each note is on a single line, and "%" signs are replaced by new lines in the notes as they are imported. Tags can't be imported at this time. Make sure that you use Notepad and NOT Word or Wordpad to create the import file. The import will not work otherwise.

    Once your import file is ready, name it "import.txt" and place it in the root folder of your SkyDrive. It will then be accessible from the app using the "import" menu.

    Restore from a Backup

    Open your SkyDrive and rename any of your previous backups to "import.txt". Then use the "import" menu of the app to get your data back.

    Known issues

    - None


    Change Log - Windows Phone

    Current Version v1.6
  • First public release




    CryptoNotes for WebOS - Description

    CryptoNotes is a password protected notes app. It is the WebOS equivalent to TopSecret for PalmOS or BestJotter for S60. It's a great place to store free-form passwords or user info. Unlike other password managers, there are no predefined fields, so you store your info the way you want to. The type-to-search feature looks through everything, not just tags or subjects.

    You can backup your data by e-mail, either in encrypted or clear text format. If you want to do manual backups, the main database is stored in the /media partition (USB drive).

    You can import initial data from a CSV file.

    Download from the Palm Repository

    Screenshots


    Import File Format

    	;Note1 Line 1%Note1 Line 2
    	;Note2 Line 1%Note2 Line 2%Note2 Line 3%And so on...
    	;Note3 Line 1%Note3 Line 2%
    	;Note4 Line 1 followed by an empty line%%
    	
    Each note is on a single line, and "%" signs are replaced by new lines in the notes as they are imported. Tags can't be imported at this time. Make sure that you use Notepad and NOT Word or Wordpad to create the import file. The import will not work otherwise.


    Restore from Encrypted Backup

    - On your PC, open Notepad (or any other text editor)
    - Copy the content of your encrypted e-mail to the empty Notepad document (There should be no spaces of blank lines before or after the data)
    - Save the file to something you'll remember
    - Copy the file to your Palm Pre in USB mode
    - Open CryptoNotes (v1.4.3+), enter your password and select "Import from Encrypted File..."
    - Select the file that you created earlier and tap "Yes" to confirm the import
    - The data should be imported automatically
    Make sure that you use Notepad and NOT Word or Wordpad to create the import file. The import will not work otherwise.

    Known issues

    - None


    Change Log - HP WebOS

    Current Version: 1.4.4

    New/Fixed in 1.4.3 (2010-07-15):
    - Added option to import encrypted backups
    - Fixed import function adding extra blank lines
    - Fixed import function duplicating single quotes

    New/Fixed in 0.3.1 (2010-02-07):
    - Added options to backup by e-mail.

    Fixed in 0.2.1 (2009-12-07):
    - Apostrophes (single quotes) are not supported in notes and tags.