A new major update is currently in development which improves and simplifies the usage of categories. Let's take a look.
SnipNotes 2.2 has arrived on the App Store today! This update takes full advantage of 3D Touch, gives you more ways to create notes and optimizes the app for iOS 10.
For a limited time, SnipNotes is available for just 99 cents!
Development of the Mac app is making good progress, the third beta is now available. That's a good moment to give you an overview of what's new since the first beta.
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.
The wait is over, SnipNotes 2.1 has been released on the App Store today!
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
The new SnipNotes update is coming closer and it's time to take a look at the new features included in this update. I've already talked about the new categories, today I will introduce you to the new trash and other useful improvements. You can already try out these new features for yourself, simply sign up for the beta.
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.
The last two and a half weeks have been great! I’ve received so much positive and constructive feedback like never before. Since then I’ve already released three minor updates, which included stability improvements and even some new user requested features, like the new color schema and some additional actions. Of course there are also many feature requests which cannot be implemented in a few days. Today I want to give you a short overview about what’s coming to SnipNotes in the next months. Continue reading
After over five months of development, seven beta releases and countless feedback messages from diligent testers, it's finally here: SnipNotes 2.0 was released on the App Store today and is available for download!
With this update SnipNotes receives a new design and over a dozen new features. An overview is available here, the complete list follows at the end of this news. Thanks a lot to the over a hundred testers and all fellow users, who made SnipNotes what it is today! Have fun with the app, I'm looking forward to your feedback.
‘Everything is new in May’ – that’s how an ancient German folk song begins. I’m happy to announce this proverb is also true for SnipNotes – SnipNotes 2.0 is nearly finished and will be released on May 19th! I’m finishing some details right now and you can still sign up for the beta test to send me your feedback. I’ve already covered the main new features in previous blog posts here and here. Today I want to round up the feature preview and talk about some new settings, which will give you a lot more control over the app. Continue reading