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NotesHolder: Keep Track of Your Time and Ideas

Click here to download NotesHolder, the best time tracking and idea reminder software I have found.

A!K Research Labs has come up with a nifty little program that is a boon to everyone, but most particularly to those of us who toil in the fields of words and ideas.

Review written by Muphen,
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What do you do when someone you have been trying to interview for weeks finally calls you and offers to do the interview right now? What happens when you have a brilliant idea about one story or project while working on another one? What do you do when you unexpectedly spend time on a project - time that you have to account for or you won't be paid for that time?

NOTESHOLDER has easily and conveniently solved those and other problems for me, and I bet other writers around the globe will find great utility in this program. When any of those situations arise I simply click on the NOTESHOLDER icon on my task bar and immediately there is a nice little screen that pops up in the corner of my computer with the date and time and a place for me to type away. I can keep the notes in chronological order, file them in a way that makes sense to me, or print them. I can search my notes, and I can set reminders for myself.

The best way for you to assess this program is to go to and take a look at it. A!K Research Labs offers a completely free version (NotesHolder Lite) but the full-featured version only costs $14.95 and comes with a 30-day free trial. The Web site offers a totally helpful page that compares the free version with the $14.95 version. If you still can't make up your mind which version is for you, why not try the 30-day free trial? If you use the features that come with that version but not with the free version you can just pay the $14.95 at the end of the 30 days. If you find that you haven't used any of the features of the $14.95 version then you can download the free version and continue on your way to the freedom that NOTESHOLDER allows you when planning for projects and keeping track of your time and ideas!

Click here to download NotesHolder.

Review written by Muphen,
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