Nuco International creates a storm with Apple App success worldwide
UK Stationery giant Nuco International are celebrating the worldwide success of their apple app, Nu Notes which allows people to capture, store and organise their written memoirs and doodles.
Within the first month of the App being launched the brand saw over 15,000 downloads; it reached #45 in the Apple rankings of top Utilities apps in the UK, and was downloaded in over 35 countries worldwide.
The supplier and creator of innovative and original paper-based stationery has recognised the importance of technology combined with the more traditional method of notebooks and developed the Nu Notes App.
Designed specifically for Nuco, the app allows customers to scan, save and share their handwritten notes within a ‘bookshelf’ of virtual notebooks with contemporary digital Nu notebook covers.
As well as storing important notes and scribbles, the app allows users to highlight sections or add images and share them via email, social media networks, iMessage and Dropbox.
Nuco International marketing manager, Louise Spencer-Stevens, said: “With Nu Notes you can access all your scanned notes in one place, allowing for easy access to your handwritten pages.
“Whether you have five minutes between lessons to recap on last week’s revision or you’re catching up on minutes from that all-important meeting over a morning coffee, this app will allow you to pick up from whenever, wherever you left off.
“The app has already attracted interest from thousands of fans within just hours of it going live, which we are delighted about and we have had over 50,000 advert views across all our social media and online platforms.”
Nuco International is a leading supplier and creator of paper-based stationery products with ranges spanning from essential notepads for everyday home, office and school use to gifts or luxury purchases.
The app can be downloaded from the apple store by searching for “Nu Notes” or click here!
For more information visit: www.nuco-international.com
Posted on 28th October 2015 by Vanessa Fortnam