By spacestation6 Inc.
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It all starts with a note.
Every time something grabs your attention jot it down on Dunno. Get related research, mark results and share them with everyone!
Discover things you never knew, and instantly make time to do more with your day.
Dunno is still evolving! We're on the 5th version thanks to your feedback, and we'll keep pushing updates every 2 weeks.
+ Create a note and let Dunno do the research. You'll get; web pages, blogs, Wikipedia, images, news, videos, tweets, songs, podcasts and more.
+ Notes and research are instantly saved and shared across your Apple devices.
+ Read your research results using the built-in browser.
+ Mark relevant results and share them with others.
Some ways you can use Dunno:
+ To take notes for a class
+ Learn about something that caught your attention
+ At a conference or meeting
+ Preparing journals and blog articles
+ Research for a paper or thesis
+ Planning a trip
+ Just learning something new! It's a big world out there.
Experience the connectivity between your devices and download the application on your Mac, iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
THANKS FOR REVIEWING THE APP! We read them everyday and it helps us create a better Dunno.
What's New in Version 1.5.1
+ Support for iPhone 5 screen
This is an excellent search utility that fits well with someone who doesn't always have time or inclination to sit in front of google and try numerous combinations of search terms to flesh out information on the numerous idle thoughts that come throughout the day.
It seems to generate wider results, cuts out most of the garbage results, and allows you to keep many searches at a time. It also has several levels of marking and saving. Very handy. All you do is make a fuzzy, quick note and go about your business.
And, it's pretty. Clean, simple and very usable.
The only real negatives I've found seem to be growing pains that will likely be fixed shortly. It does seem to choke on some media. I've had three crashes in the last two hours, but I'm not sure if it was the app's fault, or poorly constructed web sites. This crashing is the only reason I haven't given it five stars.
The main negative, for me, is that it enables long sessions of branching searches, where reading the results creates more and more searches - since I can simply make more searches at the same time I'm reading. So, I can easily stack up TONS of stuff to read in a very short time. A short dip in the pool can easily lead to drowning in a tsunami. Actually, I'm not sure THAT is the app's fault either ;-)
This app is on my home screen, and will likely be there permanently. Not sure why it's free. I would have paid as much as two bucks for it, and I don't like spending money on apps.
This is the type of app that could help push forward the agenda for the academic and education community for this century. With the ability to input a note and get feedback in the form of online sources, related images, and videos one could imagine how all of these feeds could be used to assist in collaborative thinking. The design is slick and easy making it easy to input a note and then come back or wait a while where various forms of data are given to you. The potential for this app is just being realized.
Dunno is what I've been looking for without knowing it.
We all live in a sea of information, and it's very hard to organize it without injecting bias or succumbing to laziness and frustration. Dunno takes a big step in the right direction, one I hope will lead to future innovations and a new approach to working with information on our now-ubiquitous computing devices.
To put it another way, it's pretty kickass!
- Category: Lifestyle
- Updated: Oct 15, 2012
- Version: 1.5.1
- Size: 7.7 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: spacestation6 Inc
- © spacestation6 Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.