Gnote FAQs

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Can I use GNote in my smartphone?

GNote requires the browser in your device to support some technologies that enable offline work. This entry shows a list of mobile browsers that support GNote. If your device has any of these browsers, in any of the supported versions (green column), then you may use GNote.

How can I download GNote? How do I install it?

GNote is a web application, which does not require any sort of download or install; you may access it using your web browser, the way you do with any other website. You may access it using this link or by scanning the QR code shown below:

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Do I need an internet connection to use GNote?

No. GNote is ready to work without an internet connection. You do need an internet connection to download farm data, but once the data's been downloaded, it's stored in your smartphone device so you can take them to the field and use them as necessary without an internet connection.

You may also do sampling without an internet connection. Again, you need an internet connection to sync them with 360, but that's a later process.