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This may be a though one, but I'd like to have an online notepad. Which contains single text, nothing fancy. But I would like to edit it from my browser, from my phone, after entering a user/password.

I have tried using Google Docs, but my phone fails to render it. (Opera Mini)
Using a simple webstorage, and an FTP is simple, but my old Nokia phone with that browser is not really capable of doing something that complex.

Any website like this? Or an application? Or service?

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closed as not constructive by Eight Days of Malaise, Barry Dec 10 '11 at 11:31

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Does Pastebin work for you? –  screener Dec 4 '11 at 11:34
The links would be really hard to remember. Something written in php would be more like it, if I could install it on my own webstorage. –  Shiki Dec 4 '11 at 12:45
After logging in to your account, you get a list of all notes you've created. –  screener Dec 4 '11 at 12:50
Uhm... if you downvote, please elaborate the reason. Or at least leave a comment/edit my question. :) –  Shiki Dec 4 '11 at 16:24

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Evernote is a service that lets you keep lots of notes, all organised and tagged - and you can work in the browser, in a desktop app or in a mobile-app, which is free on Android.

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Yahoo Notepad can be a good choice for you. If you find Yahoo Notepad useful, please share your experience here.

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