Whether you are studying or reading a non-fiction book or reviewing a seriously long study document, haven’t you secretly wished that you could note all your important points in one place which you can later use to summarize? Have you ever felt the need to create study cards or review cards or ‘Flash Cards’ as we call it, in a much more simpler way? Have you ever got confused about the location of your documents in the cloud ?

Download Synopsis on the App Store
Visit Developers Website

Synopsis has the answer to all of this. How ?

  • A very simple reader with only the tools you require
  • Read PDF Documents and highlight important points in the document
  • All highlighted points from your PDF document are automatically copied into the Notes Module of Synopsis
  • Access the Notes area and fine tune your highlighted notes
  • Create manual Notes
  • Modify your notes
  • Create a flow/structure for your notes in an order you prefer
  • Creating Titles and Headings for your Notes
  • Export it as a PDF file
  • Export it as a Notes file that you can then share with your colleagues, friends or study mates
  • Print your PDF Document directly
  • Saving your Notes as a PDF or as a raw XML file for future use
  • All your Notes can be converted into Flash Cards which can be accessed from the Flash Cards module of Synopsis
  • Review your flash cards
  • Edit your Flash Cards
  • Change the order of your Flash Cards
  • Save your Flash Cards
  • Review the Flash Cards in any mobile device by going to http://www.mysynopsisapp.com/flashcards/mobile (from January 31, 2014)
  • All your documents – PDF, Notes Files, Flash Card Files, Web URL’s – are accessed using cloud services or the Internet. Considering the difficulty in remembering the location of all these links, Synopsis provides a Library to save all these cloud services links
  • Open your libraries and folders within these libraries
  • Tag each library and folder
  • Save all recently opened connections to your various libraries and folders
  • Create a backup of the library created