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Dunno 1.3 for iOS

In my review of Dunno for iOS, I wrote “Dunno for iOS is trying to rethink the way we take notes and do research, by cutting out the process of looking things up”.

Dunno has been updated to version 1.3, and it just got a whole lot easier to use the app for research. Now when you’re browsing through results, you can mark them as “relevant” by tapping on the little circle button next to them. Click on the circle button at the top of the screen to view all of the results you marked as relevant, stripped away from all the clutter. When you go to the main menu, you can see how many results you’ve marked as relevant under each note.

I’ve been testing out this new feature all day, and I can already see Dunno becoming my number one app for any kind of research.

Dunno for iOS

Dunno for iOS

Dunno for iOS is trying to rethink the way we take notes and do research, by cutting out the process of looking things up. Open the app, write down your note, then go about your business. Dunno then searches the web and brings you all kinds of information that’s relevant to your note, including photos, blogs, news and more. A little while later, you’ll receive a notification to check out what Dunno has compiled for you. Notes can be synced across your iPhone, iPad and Mac, so you can take notes on the go and do the reading at home on a larger screen.

I really like this idea, and can see this kind of app taking off. Imagine you’re in a class or meeting, and all you have to do is open the app and enter several topical points, so that when it’s over, you’ll have information on each one of those topics already waiting for you. Smart, no?

Dunno for iOS