I think it's pretty clear here. We all need our notes with us in any case. When I'm in roaming, for example, I can't use Internet so much, but sometimes I want to take a note, for now, It's impossible.
All of our apps support offline access to the last loaded document. For the web app, point your browser to http://www.moo.do/app/ to access it offline. For all other apps, opening the app without internet access will automatically load your last opened document.
AdminMoo.do (Admin, Moo.do) commented
Offline access to your data is enabled in all versions of the app (including editing). Currently this is limited to the single document that you last loaded while online. Are you seeing instances of when this is not working properly, or are you interested in having multiple documents available while offline?
To clarify: The web version of the app is available offline once it has been loaded at least once. You can access the offline version by pointing your browser directly to http://www.moo.do/app/. The trailing '/' is important as well as www. All the native apps (iOS/Android/Chrome) will work offline simply by opening them.
Gregory Mullen commented
The android app will do this as your temp workaround until this gets added to the web version too.
Marty Mickelson commented
I can't agree more. This seems like a no brainer to me. In an ideal world, I would always be connected to the internet but this isn't always the case. I have meetings in a place that doesn't have reliable internet and want to be able to use this to take notes!