What is MobileOrg?
MobileOrg is a FREE (open-source) iPhone and iPod Touch application
for storing, searching, viewing and editing your Org-mode files.
MobileOrg works offline. Although you may not always be online, you can always access your data. You can even capture notes while offline and sync the next time you have connectivity.
2013-07-26: MobileOrg finally has a new
maintainer and has been released in the app store!
). Development is taking place
feedback is very welcome. Non-programmers can even
contribute by working on a new documentation site, see the
code repository: github
the beta MobileOrg
which needs a lot more work. Any contributions are
2013-01-10: New maintainership is being organized, please email email@example.com if you have questions or are interested in contributing, thanks!
2013-01-02: MobileOrg needs a new maintainer after all! Please contact me (see email on support page) if you can take over this project and bring it back to life.
2012-09-26: MobileOrg is temporarily removed from the app store but will return soon, as maintainership is being transferred to another developer. Will update soon!
2012-08-20: MobileOrg needs a new maintainer! If you are interested, please contact me (see support page for contact)
(Link to request
2010-10-30: MobileOrg 1.5.1 has been released, fixes crash some users have reported after syncing.
Browse your Org-mode files offline.
MobileOrg downloads all of your Org-mode files onto your iPhone or
iPod Touch, giving you complete offline freedom.
When you do regain connectivity, just press the Sync
button and you will be up-to-date in no time.
Capture notes on the go.
MobileOrg lets you capture your thoughts wherever you are. Existing notes and tasks can be marked as DONE, or flagged for later review.
Notes are simply appended to an Org file on your server, and can be refiled easily when you return to your desk in Org-mode.
Edit your Org-files anywhere.
Now you can change your Org-files anywhere: mark an item as done, change priorities, add tags, even change headings and body text.
When you return to your desktop, a single Emacs command will integrate your changes back into your Org-files.