Although we'll soon have a guide on how to maximize profits by selling your iPhone 4S through eBay, today we're going to take a look at the optimal way to receive the most amount of cash for your used iPhone 4S by trading in your device.
Last week Syncode released a beautiful, cloud-based notes application called Synotes [App Store, $1.99]. The app lets you take and store notes which are then synced to the cloud, making them available from any web browser. You can optionally provide titles and icons for your notes to easily distinguish between different notes. Search is also provided within the app and online.
Synotes also looks really good. If you're familiar with SimpleNote [App Store, Free], Synotes is essentially the same thing with extra shiny. It's $1.99 in the App Store and definitely worth a try if you're looking for a classy, cloud-based notes app.
Syncode today released their clipboard synchronization app, Syncopy [App Store, $0.99] which allows users to synchronize their iPhone's clipboard with their Mac. The application is similar to Pastebot [App Store, $2.99], — which we covered earlier — although it uses uses the cloud to sync clipboard items rather than requiring your devices to be on the same local network. Additionally, Syncopy keeps track of previously saved clipboard items in its history. The one disadvantage we see with Syncopy is that it doesn't allow you to work with images.
Syncopy is available now and works on the iPhone and iPod touch. Syncode does not currently provide a PC version of the desktop sync app.