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MetaMoJi Corporation, headquartered in Tokyo, has just announced development of an interactive real-time teaching app called "MetaMoJi Share for Classroom”, planned for release first quarter
MetaMoJi’s mazec3 handwriting add-on for their award-winning apps Note Anytime and Share Anytime allows Android users to entirely bypass their keyboard and simply handwrite within any application.
MetaMoji today received a report from a middle school teacher in Slovenia who is using their award-winning note taker Note Anytime to teach children with special needs. Palo
MetaMoJi Corporation announced that a distinguished Japanese Government Advisory Panel is using their award-winning whiteboard meeting app Share Anytime for group collaboration. Palo
San Francisco user-interface designer Brian Foster praises the cross-platform consistency in Note Anytime, offering him the same note taking experience on his phone and his tablet and providing
An upgraded version of the free note taking app, Note Anytime for iOS, now offers support for handwriting recognition and predictive text in 13 languages with the mazec add-on. Palo
MetaMoJi announces its universal note taking and sketching app Note Anytime for Android launches today in 13 languages worldwide from the Google Play store. Palo
MetaMoJi completes its vision for a universal sketching tool with the announcement of an open beta for the most advanced note taking app - Note Anytime for Android Palo
MetaMoJi Corporation, an innovative productivity application developer for tablet and smart-phone devices, proudly announces two new releases of its popular note-taking app: “7notes Free (for
LONDON and TOKYO, April 20, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- - Unlock the Potential of XBRL and Inline XBRL to Provide Business Intelligence and Reduce the Time Taken to Produce and Share Documents With Custom Analysis From Company Financial Data. MetaMoJi Corporation, a leading XBRL software company based in Tokyo, Japan, announce the launch of their MashIQ XBRL Report product (http://www.mashiq.com).
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