It also works on Mac OS 8.6. Completely useless, but we love it.
Great news, iPad and iPhone users: the all-new Simplenote is now available, together with a complete new webapp, full support for iOS 4 and tags. I’ve been beta testing the new version, and it’s awesome. Really, a great update now live in the App Store. For free.
The new version (labelled 3.0.3) introduces brand new features that make Simplenote a fresh new experience. A new icon (lovely), a new UI, tags for posts (a much requested feature), fullscreen mode and easy note sharing. It’s very easy, and a killer feature for users like me, who need to share notes and documents with a team.
Simplenote is available here for free. A premium subscription is available as in-app purchase at $11.99. Check out the first screenshots and changelog below, and stay tuned for our full review coming tomorrow.
Ever since I bought my iPad I’ve wanted to be able to actually work with it. To write articles with it. First came Evernote, but I ditched for Simplenote. I was an avid Simplenote user on the iPhone, and when the iPad version came out I immediately made the switch. Simplenote is a very popular app, and it’s no surprise to see it used by many professionals out there. It’s simple, reliable and fast.
Then there’s Dropbox, the cloud-based storage solution everyone loves and would like to see implemented by default on Mac OS X. Dropbox allows you store and edit files no matter what device you’re on, so what’s stopping developers from creating note-taking applications based on it? That’s exactly what Second Gear are doing with their new iPad and iPhone app, Elements.
You’d probably already know how much Simplenote is amazing. It’s a little iPhone note taking application that sync every note over the cloud, allowing you access the notes you took from your mobile device on your desktop. It’s very cool. But even better, the developers launched an API service that let other developers create application that integrate with Simplenote.
I reviewed JustNotes a while ago, a beta application for Mac which perfectly sync with the Simplenote cloud. Today, I’ve just discovered another app, Notthingam and guess what, it’s a little gem.