Yet, with all those digital tools, I sometimes find myself using OS X’s built-in Stickies app to make a sticky note to save for later. Is there anything better than sticky notes? Yes. A scrappy newcomer sticky notes manager app with the perfect name.
A Sticky Notes Manager
Scrappy Notes is new and perfect replacement for Stickies or any of the other sticky notes apps you’ve used in the past.
It’s inexpensive, instantly familiar, easy to setup, and straightforward to use– but has a good blend of features you want and need if you keep a bunch of notes lying around on your Mac’s screen.
Scrappy Notes is always available from within any Mac app. Just click the Menubar icon and it’s ready to display your notes or capture a new note.
It’s not just notes, though. This clever little app has password encryption for notes so they remain private and secure.
If you have a gazillion notes, you can search and browse your notes library to find what you’ve already saved.
What if you already have dozens or a few hundred notes in Stickies? Nobody wants to copy and paste all that history into a new app, right?
Scrappy Notes to the rescue. It imports your existing Stickies notes database into Scrappy Notes, so you never miss a beat.
Another feature I truly like is missing from Stickies but calming and soothing to Scrappy Notes users. It has an automatic ‘snap-to’ alignment feature so the notes can be placed neat and tidy on your Mac’s screen, instead of floating hither and yon.
Sweet. Fun. Cheap.