Last changed: Dec 23, 2009
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WaveJot does only one thing. It allows you to take notes and move them into Google Wave.
WaveJot allows you to quickly jot down notes that you would like have later. You can save notes to WaveJot from your iPhone or iPod Touch; all you need is a Google Wave account and an internet connection.
When you are ready you can use the notes you've saved by loading them automatically into Google Wave on your computer. When you add the WaveJot robot (email@example.com) to a wave, the robot will then deliver all the notes you've saved by adding them as blips on the wave. You can then edit and tag your notes or do with them as you please.
WaveJot is streamlined to do only this one thing. It's not even meant for reading your notes, just writing them. We've made it light and fast because we know it can be a pain, or often even impractical, to wait for a big app to load when we just need to make a small note of something for later. It's perfect for quickly writing something down before you forget it or for keeping a log while your on the go.
WaveJot automatically saves your current note to your device every 5 seconds without interrupting your typing. So if while you are typing a call comes in or you have to put your device to sleep abruptly, you will not loose the note you were working on.
Under the text field where you write your note there is a single button, "Save to WaveJot", which sends your note to the WaveJot robot. The WaveJot robot holds onto the notes until you ask for them in a wave by adding the robot to the wave.
Anytime the robot is added to a wave, or a wave is updated which the robot belongs to, the robot will automatically deliver all the saved notes for the creator of the wave.
We use Google Wave for so many different things (even personal organization and project management), so we wanted a way to make quick notes when not at our computers. Which is why there's WaveJot.