They must number well into the hundreds, perhaps a thousand or more Here’s a notes app that does something clever, different, useful, which makes it actually fun to use, and that’s the whole idea of a notes app– it’s to be used.
Notes? Or Notepads?
Relative to the Mac, the iPhone doesn’t give us much screen space so organizing and finding notes can be a challenge at times. After all, a title and a line of text isn’t much of a description.
Take a look at NOTE’d. It brings a clever interface which is more usable than most notes apps, much easier to organize, and lets you become creative.
NOTE’d is good for making a diary, typing out memos, travel notes, or as a quick photo album, but the value is in the creation aspect of making multiple notepads.
Create one notepad for photos, another for notes, another for a diary, another for voice memos. Attach photos, maps, and sound clips.
Instead of scrolling through a huge list of notes titles, NOTE’d makes it easy to find the notepad you want because each one can be designed by you, color coordinated, locked up, re-styled, and more.
Here’s the picture that worth a few hundred words.
Obviously, NOTE’d is visual, simple to organize, even with many different notepads.
Tap to open a notepad to reveal the contents. Each notepad can be have a different purpose, and different content.
Click on the images above for a larger, pop up view with more detail.
NOTE’d truly thinks different.
What’s special about NOTE’d is the notepads. They’re much easier to organize, and more visually attractive, than a long scrollable list, or a bunch of folders.
NOTE’d is smart, too. Notepads can be dropped into categories and easily labeled.
Notepads can be locked to prevent unauthorized access, but sharing to text message, email or Twitter is just a touch. And, NOTE’d’s notepads can be backed up and restored with Dropbox.
It’s clever and fun to use, but I would like to see more notepad cover designs, and perhaps more tools to help design covers. It’s hard to beat the price, though.