SnipNotes for macOS, SnipNotes 2.4 for iOS and more!

Today marks the final release of SnipNotes for macOS! Thanks to all the beta tester, who provided invaluable feedback over the course of the last several months and made this release possible in the first place. SnipNotes for macOS brings many of the features you know and value from your iOS devices to the Mac. While the look and feel of the new app is very familiar, it is packed with a lot of features unique to the Mac. For example, you can quickly create new notes right from the menu bar and with keyboard shortcuts. The app offers drag-and-drop support, multiple note selection, automatic saving and more.

SnipNotes for iOS has also received an update today. Here is what's new:

  • SnipNotes does now detect dates and times and lets you create calendar events right within the app
  • The app can now also recognize flight numbers, which you can look up to get more information on the flight
  • The share sheet now lets you select a category for the new note
  • In the main app, you can now also tap on a note’s icon to trigger its primary action (e.g. call a phone number)
  • You can configure the Apple Watch complication to dictate a new note or save your current location
  • Scribble on Apple Watch is now available for French, Spanish and Italian

Both apps are available with a discount for a limited time!

Here on the homepage you will find detailed information on both apps. I've created a new comprehensive overview about all the features SnipNotes has to offer on each platform. There is also a brand new help section, which will be expanded continuously and can also be accessed from within the app.

If you have any questions or feedback, please don't hesitate to get in touch with me. You can also reach out on Twitter.

Today is SnipNotes’ second birthday!

Two years ago SnipNotes was released on the App Store. Happy birthday!

The past year brought many innovations. Starting with SnipNotes 2.0 in May, which featured a new design and over a dozen new features. The second update in July added categories to SnipNotes. And in December the app was optimized for iOS 10. This year will even get better: A big new update is almost ready for release and SnipNotes for macOS will follow shortly after. And this is just the beginning. 😉

Thank you very much for your support and your constructive feedback. To an exciting new year!

SnipNotes for macOS is now available for beta testing!

You have requested it, now you can take a look for yourself: I'm happy to announce the first SnipNotes beta for macOS! Development is far from finished, but I want to incorporate your feedback as early as possible. This is a completely new app after all. You can download the beta right below, there is no registration required. Read on to learn what's inside the first version and what's still missing.

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SnipNotes 2.1 released

The wait is over, SnipNotes 2.1 has been released on the App Store today!

SnipNotes 2.1

This update adds some of the most frequently requested features:

  • You can now create custom categories for your notes. Enter a name and pick one of over forty icons. Categories synchronize over iCloud and are available on all your devices
  • The new trash allows you to restore deleted notes
  • Notes will now remember their last modification date and sort accordingly. Thereby the most frequently used notes will always stay at the top of your list
  • This update also contains a lot of bug fixes and smaller improvements

Putting Things Into Categories

A few weeks ago I gave you an overview about what's next for SnipNotes. A new big update is well on its way and will i.a. include support for custom categories, which help you with organizing your notes. This feature is already included in the latest beta release, you can sign up here to try it out. Today I want to give you a little more insight about how this feature is going to work.

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