The app is really great. I did try multiple note taking apps in the past on my iPhone until I found this one. Most of the other note taking apps can only be used with a login, which I don't like at all. I love the way that it can work offline and be optionally backupped via iCloud. The ability to set a password when opening it up is also a nice feature when it comes to security. The simple design let's me keep my focus on my notes rather than getting distracted by the app itself which is the rule of thumb in taking notes authentically. The functions are good enough for minimalistic note taking. In my experience it is better to just take actual important notes and keeping them as simple as possible. There is no programm/app in the world where you can get an overview if you have way too much detailed or unnecessary notes !
This is a fantastic and very useful app from many perspectives. I am totally blind and am a very dedicated user of I-devices for my vocational and avocational life. I use Voiceover as my method for accessing these devices. Your app is very well laid out and fantastic for storing and reviewing data, and best of all, it’s available on my Apple Watch.
Which notes app is best? Put Purple Notes on your list because it might be the best notes value. It’s not free, but Purple Notes is packed with features available in more expensive notes apps. There’s a Mac version, an iPhone version, an iPad version, and, guess what? Notes for Watch. The key to success in Purple Notes is simplicity and consistency. Notes are easily visible and organized from within each app, so there’s continuity from one device to another, and notes are available with little more than a click or tap.
I got this as a replacement to Apple’s note (on the Mac and the iPhone). Had some sync issues with Apple’s apps. But mostly, wanted my notes alphabetized, an option apple (for some bizarre reason) does not offer. I tried a few other apps, then went with this. I like it a lot: it syncs quickly thru iCloud drive, and works well. And my notes stay in place (instead of jumping around every time i make an edit). A great find, and recommended.
I have bought at least 10 notes apps to replace the Notes that comes standard with iPad. I copy everything into Notes (receipts on-line, recipes, grocery lists, passwords, contact info, writing ideas, etc). All I wanted was to be able to have categories, sub-folders, etc and still be able to sync with my phone through iCloud (not Dropbox) and also still be able to print wirelessly to my printer. Believe it or not, none of the other notepad/to-do apps have all these features (or if they do it was really difficult to figure out). This one is beautifully simple and does it all perfectly.