Windows Full VersionMar 12, 2014

Notezilla with free updates (50% discount)

notezilla
Terms and Conditions
  • This is a 1-user lifetime license, for home and business use
  • You get free minor updates
  • You get free tech support
  • Can be installed or re-installed whenever you want
  • May not be resold
  • No refunds and exchanges; if you are having trouble activating or registering, please ask for help
Technical Details
  • Developed by ConceptWorld Corporation
  • Version is v8.0.19
  • Download size is 12.1 MB
  • Supports Windows XP, Vista, 7, and 8 (32-bit and 64-bit)
  • VirusTotal scan results: 0/46

Notezilla is a handy and professional sticky notes app for Windows and mobile devices. It lets you quickly take notes on Post-It like desktop sticky notes and stick them to websites and documents.

Set reminders on each sticky note; sync sticky notes between computers via the cloud; access your notes from iOS (iPhone/iPad), Android, Windows Phone, Blackberry etc.; send notes to another computer over LAN or Internet; etc. This is your one-stop-shop for sticky note needs — and it has a portable version!

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  1. lithiga

    Reply to this comment#6

    [@Gautam Jain (Conceptworld)]

    Ok, with your fast responses here and the better UI experience, I might go ahead and take the risk on the hope your android app makes an appearance and it actually works better than the simplenote offerings. Thanks for your replies!

    BTW, true but those proprietary systems are free (both sync and software) and, for evernote as an example, implement encryption and document how they try and protect the data (including offering 2 factor authentication). Then, on top of that, they have a history so one can see how their process has worked.

    You are a unknown company with unknown cloud experience and no track record in cloud security that I can find. I see no statement of protection that guarantees the data is not mined for ad revenue nor explanations of any security used in your cloud service (encrypted? with what and how?) and are charging $20 a year and then charging another $30 for your software. You could be some company running cheap VPS setups with 0 cloud security experience. Its a recipe fraught with security concerns.

    Indeed, 2 seconds shows me that you are using add2net’s lunarpages which was hacked more than one time. We have to assume that they have shored up their security, but it may not speak well of your cloud security team that you have chosen this particular partner.

    I only use sticky notes as temporary storage for things I need to piece together later which will be posted publicly, so data security is a marginal concern for me here. However, people who will use your service with any personal data they wish to remain safe, and then make them pay as well, is kind of strange in today’s marketplace. Maybe the people that aren’t reading the news full of NSA/5-eyes atrocities and massive data loss across multiple huge companies due to theft and incompetence are the target audience here?

    Hope to see a good Android client out sometime in the near future and webpages that explain your cloud security.

  2. Gautam Jain (Conceptworld)

    Reply to this comment#5

    >> force customers into a proprietary system, besides business privacy
    >> concerns (so I would never use in a business environment), even for my
    >> personal notes, which I don’t care if you, a business competitor or the NSA reads

    Everything is a proprietary system. Even Evernote, Facebook, Twitter is a proprietary. They become bigger enough to be called as standard system. You security concerns are correct. Anything data via the web must be suspected. We are using SSL 128 bit to transfer data and Microsoft’s Windows Azure cloud which is also highly secured. Sensitive notes can be encrypted by locking them using master password. These are standard methods used by bigger players too.

    Android app will be available in less then 6 months.

    You don’t have to use Notezilla.Net cloud. It is completely optional. You can just use the standalone Notezilla sticky notes app. You will find it very useful I am sure.

  3. lithiga

    Reply to this comment#4

    [@Gautam Jain (Conceptworld)]

    Guestimate on the Android app? If you are going to force customers into a proprietary system, besides business privacy concerns (so I would never use in a business environment), even for my personal notes, which I don’t care if you, a business competitor or the NSA reads, having to get to my notes on my tablets and phones using a website is a deal breaker. I’d stick in there at this price if your internal timetable has the android app coming in, at most, the next half a year.

  4. Gautam Jain (Conceptworld)

    Reply to this comment#3

    Hello Lithiga,

    We have our own cloud solution – Notezilla.Net. The reason we don’t support third-party solutions because of the limitations of their set of features and dependency on their solutions. We are currently writing an Android app and next would be an iOS app. Yes, there are some bigger companies offering free stuff. But different businesses have different model to keep them profitable.
    Notezilla comes with 1 year free subscription to Notezilla.Net cloud. So I think you must try it at least for a year until you have to pay for the cloud next year. At this 50% off discount, this is definitely worth it.

  5. lithiga

    Reply to this comment#2

    [@Gautam Jain (Conceptworld)] [@Gautam Jain (Conceptworld)] [@Gautam Jain (Conceptworld)]

    Are there alternatives to sync, like a webdav server or some other roll my own option? I’m using Gumnotes now which does the same thing as your app but is totally free and uses the free Simplenotes service to sync. The problem is there is no decent simplenotes app on Android and using the website, like you are doing, well it stinks. If I could setup webdav, then I can use one of the open sourced android cloud clients to view my notes.

    I do like your desktop implementation, but not at a whopping $20 a year sub just to sync sticky notes when its free via Evernote, via an addon, Gumnotes and a few other options. And at least those offer an Android app. I would, however, buy in at $15 if I can setup something on my end.

  6. Gautam Jain (Conceptworld)

    Reply to this comment#1

    We are the creator of Notezilla. Thanks for choosing Notezilla. Do like us on our facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/Notezilla

Important Info

Terms and Conditions

  • This is a 1-user lifetime license, for home and business use
  • You get free minor updates
  • You get free tech support
  • Can be installed or re-installed whenever you want
  • May not be resold
  • No refunds and exchanges; if you are having trouble activating or registering, please ask for help

Technical Details

  • Developed by ConceptWorld Corporation
  • Version is v8.0.19
  • Download size is 12.1 MB
  • Supports Windows XP, Vista, 7, and 8 (32-bit and 64-bit)
  • VirusTotal scan results: 0/46