Have you noticed the trends in Mac apps? First, there’s a trend toward usability rather than feature bloat. Second, there’s a trend toward synchronization of data between Macs and iPhones.
Recently, I came across an elegant Mac note-taking app that has a few more useful features than Apple’s Notes, but easily syncs between Macs. More usability. Easy to sync. Low price. What’s not to like?
Notes For Early Birds
Think inexpensive app. Think useful app.
myNotes is just that and a little more, but not too much.
If you’ve used the Notes app that comes with your Mac in OS X, then you have an idea of what myNotes is like. Except that myNotes does more and is actually easier to use.
myNotes looks a little different but familiar enough to be usable immediately.
At the top is a Toolbar. New Note. Delete Note. Menu and Due Date. Simple enough, right?
The Search field makes it easy to sort through a few hundred notes. Recent notes are displayed below the Search and the actual notetaking area is below and looks utterly familiar.
What I appreciate about the MOApps approach to Mac app building is the straightforward attention to usability and low price. myNotes has more capability than Apple’s notes, but doesn’t compete with the few dozen feature laden Mac notes apps available.
myNotes is for quick notes. You can print, export, import and backup and restore the entire notes library with just a couple of clicks.
Features And Power: More Or Less
To carry the note-taking to another level, with multiple sync options, try The Best Mac, iPhone, And PC Notes App. It’s free. If you need a little more power in your notes, check out 10 Ways This Mac Notes App Has Oh So Much Power.
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