1 - NotesMappr can be thought of as the textual equivalent of mind maps and/or concept maps. In a nutshell, NotesMappr's powerful underlying data structure, topic maps, makes it possible to link your notes in any way imaginable.
2 - Furthermore, NotesMappr's integration with Freebase (http://www.freebase.com) makes it very easy to complement and enhance your own notes with comprehensive and reliable external articles and (associated) images.
3 - Finally, a set of notes in and of itself is a valuable thing. However, said set of notes becomes more valuable if the notes themselves are related in an appropriate manner. In addition, context enables both easy and quick discovery of information saving you time. Furthermore, context enables you to expand your knowledge without the risk of your knowledge becoming disjointed or fragmented.
1 - NotesMappr provides you with both the ability to establish meaningful relationships between notes and subsequently navigate said notes in a very straightforward manner.
2 - NotesMappr enables you to complement and enhance your own notes with articles and images from Freebase (http://www.freebase.com), an open Creative Commons licensed repository of structured data of almost 22 million entities.
3 - In addition to (formal) associations, NotesMappr also features "WikiWords" (words with multiple capital letters in the body of a note) to create and link notes within their context. NotesMappr automatically turns said WikiWords into links to other notes - just tap a link to create the new note.
***Required permissions for NotesMappr***
1 - android.permission.INTERNET - needed so that NotesMappr can query and subsequently retrieve (semantically) related articles to complement your notes.
2 - android.permission.ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE - needed so that NotesMappr can determine the state of the network connection of your device before attempting to connect to the web for subsequent querying and retrieval of semantically-related articles.
3 - android.permission.WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE - needed so that NotesMappr can save the automatically detected article's image (on Freebase) to your SD card.
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In this new version:-
Seamless integration with Google Maps, using GPS to open at your present location and displaying all local Towers.
Ability to use your devices navigation system for directions to your chosen tower.
ALL towers across the World are featured, as listed in Doves guide.
Ability to export and import your Tower records. Useful for backing up and keeping your records in sync when you get a new device
Ability to record your own notes on the Towers you visit. Date of visit, personal comments etc.
NOTE: This app requires Android 4.x or later to run.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT: The Tower data used in this application is sourced, with permission, from Doves Guide, using data file from May 2013. Many thanks to Doves Guide for allowing us to use their data in the development of this app.
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