SnipNotes

SnipNotes

By Felix Lisczyk

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2015-02-27
  • Current Version: 2.8.7
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 87.99 MB
  • Developer: Felix Lisczyk
  • Compatibility: Requires Android / iOS 10.3 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 65 Ratings

Description

SnipNotes is your always accessible notebook for iOS, macOS and Apple Watch. Capture new ideas with Siri and quickly access your notes anytime with the versatile today widget. Turn your notes into action: Call phone numbers, create calendar events or navigate to an address in no time. CREATE • Add your own text and image notes • Dictate text notes in the app, with Siri and on Apple Watch • Save text and images from websites and other apps with the share extension • Create new notes with Siri and append text to existing notes • Capture the contents of your clipboard • Add text, images and more with Drag and Drop on iPad • Save your current location USE • Use your notes for quick actions: Call phone numbers, open websites, create calendar events and much more (with integration for many third-party apps) • Access your notes from any app with the today widget: Copy notes into the clipboard, quickly create new notes and use actions • Siri can open notes, read text notes and show images for you • Search and open notes directly from your home screen ORGANIZE • Stay on top of your notes with custom categories, filters, sorting options and search • Pin notes to the top of your list • Protect your notes with a passcode and Touch ID / Face ID • Select multiple notes and move them into other categories, merge, export or delete them in one go • Recover deleted notes from the built-in trash CUSTOMIZE • Format your notes with lists, colors, headlines and more. SnipNotes also supports markdown (input, import and export) • Select custom icons for your categories • Choose between a variety of color schemes • Turn the lights off with the dark mode (including pure black for OLED screens) • Adapt SnipNotes to your needs with a multitude of configuration options INTEGRATE • Synchronize your notes between iOS, macOS and Apple Watch • Quickly open notes from other devices with Handoff • Access your notes offline, including on Apple Watch SnipNotes is a note-taking app without subscriptions nor ads. You can try the app free of charge for 7 days. Synchronization of your notes takes place through your private iCloud account. Notes can currently only contain text or one image as well as a title. Mixed text and image notes are scheduled for an upcoming update. You can find more information on www.snipnotes.de. If you have any questions or issues (or just want to say Hi), you can reach me anytime by email (support@snipnotes.de) and on Twitter (@SnipNotesApp).

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Reviews

  • Fantastic note taker soon MacOS

    5
    By jpintobks
    Every version is full of great surprises. One of my most useful note taker. Ideal for research, coping from the web, iBooks, etc
  • A really good app for the first time in a while that is useful.

    4
    By laneDM
    Of the last five apps that I have purchased, this app isn't as bad as I have anticipated. Go to the app store and get the updated version of the most important aspect of the application is the it is pretty easy to use. It's background and themes are really nice to see if you like to see a change in the look of . I have had the same app for a few months and just got a chance to use it. The best app for the money. Just wanted to let the world know if you have to really get the best way to save your notes and have them available for the same thing with the extra features its a good idea to have the right thing for the first time in a while since I've lot of attention to detail and I will be in the app store updating the app review.🔄♿️
  • Exactly what I wanted

    5
    By lateapex
    After moving to the Apple ecosystem I was somewhat disappointed by the lack of a good note app. The available apps were either pretty anemic or had subscription pricing which gets expensive over time. Then I came across SnipNotes and have been very pleased. It offers many features, syncs instantly across my MacBook, phone, and watch, and is well priced. Extra - the developer solicits feature requests, so I made one. He jumped right on it and promised that it will be in the next update in a couple weeks. Can't ask for more!
  • Slow To Sync

    3
    By Tundraman00
    I like the app, however, it has always been slow to sync with my watch. For instance, I created a grocery list last night on jy phone. I go to the grocery store expecting to use my watch and not have to walk around looking at my phone and jeopardize dropping such an expensive phone. Well, just like many times before, the grocery list was still the last list I had created and had not yet updated. So, I finish my shopping using my phone and headed home. Once I got home, I opened the app on my my and to my surprise it had updated. A lot of good it did. Don't get me wrong, it's a good app. I just wish it would sync much faster. Other apps like calendar, contacts, financial, and etc. have no problems syncing almost instantaneously. If only Snip Notes would.
  • One of my all-time favorite apps

    5
    By BoulderRocks5
    I love SnipNotes and use it on all my devices: iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple watch. Anything I need to capture (thoughts, web page URLs, phone numbers, addresses, etc.) goes into the SnipNotes inbox until I have time to act on it -- the badged icon is a great reminder -- and it’s immediately available everywhere. Notes with an address automatically get an embedded map and any note can be sent as a text message or an email with one click. Excellent Siri integration and the Apple Watch app is one of the best out there: You can quickly create and search for notes with dictation or save your current location. The developer is constantly making enhancements and provides great support.
  • SnipNotes - A mind jogger

    5
    By Joch Taylor
    I use this product to collect my thoughts, collect clipped articles, and other general note-taking. Since it can be cloud-based, I can recall everything from my MacBook Pro or any of my iPads. This makes it quite transparent for recalling everything. What don’t I like? I haven’t figured out how to alphabetize my notes! I have probably misconfigured something! Would I buy it again? YES! It has solved a problem for me. Oh, you can easily export any note for other uses. Very nice.
  • Almost Perfect, Simple And To The Point

    5
    By JStengren
    Does notes well. Came from Buno, looks like the devs have forgotten about their server, and this app is much better. Same core concept-simplicity and focus on minimal, high-value features. Easy to get notes in, good organization (folders metaphor) solid and UI/UX in general. Could do away with the Content Types feature as it misses the mark completely in notes with multiple type-triggers, but thankfully you can disable on a note by note basis. Too bad you can’t just switch if off. I’m not dinging a star for all this however, just nits for a very solid app. Kudos
  • It’s ok

    3
    By azuwhr
    I find the app to be ok but would be 5 stars if it linked to the native notes app.
  • Watch settings don’t work.

    1
    By justmeeagainn
    Changing Apple Watch settings on iPhone app does nothing to the Apple Watch. Contacted dev. who wrote back saying the problem was on my end and my watch and phone weren’t communicating. Baloney. My watch and phone communicate fine. Nice try. Make an app that’s flawed and then blame the buyer. Odd how YOUR app is the only one with problems. Update: the nerve of this guy. It’s not my responsibility to help you fix your app; it’s YOUR responsibility to put out an app that works in the first place. Stop ripping people off and then blaming them for your mistakes. My watch is configured fine for everything else. Your app is causing the only problem. Go debug your app and stop blaming other people.
  • Misrepresented

    3
    By Dr Whiz
    I thought I was getting this app when it was a reduced fee. Weeks later, I clicked on it, but did not use it and I was charged $1.99 for it. Beware!

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