What about less notes of the non-mini-word processor variety? You know the kind. Stickies. Yes, I’m sure you’ve used Stickies on your Mac. It’s free, useful, drop dead easy to learn and use, but bells and whistles do not apply for work on Stickies. Wouldn’t you like to sync Stickies?
If you like and use Stickies on your Mac then you know the usefulness and the drawbacks. Stickies are fast and easy and stick on the Mac’s screen until you get rid of them. Sticky is different. It looks like Stickies but it can sync notes between Macs via iCloud and to Evernote.
This should look familiar, right?
Notes that stick to the Mac’s screen. And, we’re done here. Just kidding. Sticky does have useful features beyond just a Post-It-like note that sticks to the screen like Stickies. Yes, they’re instantly familiar.
- Sticky Notes
- Synchronization via Evernote App.
- Optional, custom synchronization via iCloud
- Import & Export notes online with one click
- Feel free to move and resize your notes independently
- Pin note / Always on top
- Choose color of your note
- Set the best font for you
- Leisten Text to Speech recognition
- Close the note if you don’t need it at the moment and simply click Sticky Notes icon to open it again.
A few bucks gets you Stickies with a few more features; especially useful if you want your Stickies to live on both of your Macs, and even more useful if you use Evernote.
That’s it, folks.
If you like Stickies you may like the sync between Macs. If you use Evernote then having Stickies-like notes to sync is a good option. So, not bad for a few dollars. I like the option to pin a Sticky note to the screen which comes in handy when I need to refer to something while writing or working.
Otherwise, even after trying a few dozen notes apps on the Mac, my needs haven’t changed– I want notes that sync between Mac, iPhone, and iPad– and that makes Apple’s own Notes a powerhouse.