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‘Notes’ Is the iPhone’s Killer App. Yes, Really.

Organize your present and lend a helping hand to your future

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If I let you peek into my iPhone’s Notes app, you’d see a rough exercise plan I follow and ingredients for a recipe I made last week. There are random dates, article ideas, passwords for mystery accounts, books, a failed weekly schedule, and potential holiday destinations for a…




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