What can yet another notes app bring to the table that isn’t already available? Catch Notes isn’t bad, and is easier to use than most, but the saving grace is that it combines a few decent features you’ll like while leaving out a few others you might want.
Catch Ideas With Note, Video, Voice, Photo
What makes Catch Notes worth looking at is how it goes about catching ideas, storing notes, and collaborating with others.
By using the unique Capture Wheel in Catch Notes you’ll be able to store notes, ideas, and information multiple ways.
As an example, it stores text notes much the same as a few hundred other notes taking apps.
But Catch Notes also stores notes and ideas by recording your voice, grabbing a photo, and sharing items with others.
Use it to setup up tasks to be accomplished, in checklist format, but checklists which can be shared by others, and set up as a reminder.
Use the Capture Wheel to capture an idea or note.
Setting notes captions to photos is a rather lame example of how to use Catch Notes.
Catch Notes is something of an amalgamation or mashup of typical notes apps.
The checklist of reminders is a good touch, and being able to record an audio note is nice, but a video note would be useful, too.
Notes can be password protected and backed up online automatically. Checklists, notes, and documents can also be shared with other iPhone and iPad users.
Here’s the catch. More functionality is required to make Catch Notes truly useful (set categories in spaces), but that requires an in-app purchase for additional spaces.
Still, free is good and Catch Notes is different yet useful at capturing notes and ideas and photos while on the go.