Access Google Notebook on Your Phone

Last Updated Nov 13, 2007 3:00 PM EST

google-notebook-mobile.jpgAs you may recall from a couple weeks ago, Google Notebook is a killer tool that lets you clip, store, and organize portions of Web pages, just like snipping articles from a newspaper. Great, but what if you want to access those clips while you're out and about? Now you can, thanks to a new mobile version of Google Notebook. Just point your phone's browser to and you'll have full access to your clips library.

You'll also notice a new notebook, Mobile Notes, where you can paste text copied from your browser or just manually type in a new note. Alas, you can't search or edit clips or do much else beyond basic viewing, but this is still a great way to tap Google Notebook when you're away from your PC. [via Google Operating System]

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