Taking notes with an Apple iPhone has been difficult at best. Users of the cellphone would either have to send themselves an email to record their thoughts or to create an appointment with the calendar function. There is an easier way to organize and record thoughts with PogoNotes via Safari on the Apple iPhone. PogoNotes was written with Ajax which allows the iPhone and Safari to work very well with this online service.
To get started, create an online account. Once logged in, the account allows the user to access notes via any web browser. PogoNotes says that Safari and FireFox work best with their service however. In the future, they say there will even be a Mac OS X dashboard widget to create and view notes.
The notes are listed in the order of creation but unfortunately they are neither time or date stamped. The notes remain in order even after editing an older note. Users of the PogoNotes service allows you to share the notes with everyone, a few people or keep the notes private. There is another feature to create a password for the limited note sharing option. While this is not the perfect example of an online note taking service for the Apple iPhone cellphone, it certainly gives users a chance to record their thoughts. Via Mashable