I've only had it for 10 minutes but it's better than I expected. I was looking for something I can launch and add a quick note (without clicking an extra step to add a txt note vs image, etc). This launches quick and is simple. Even better, I can connect to notes online. (If I type up my grocery list on the laptop, they show up in my app. Yay!)
1. Full cross platform Markdown support. Not much use if it doesn't work everywhere. 2. Full open file access with options to sync across Dropbox, Drive, Synthing, etc. and note encryption. Frankly, having the apps open source and forcing users to use your proprietary sync service across your own servers just comes across as suspicious. What do you have to gain when your apps are open and free anyway?
Didn't want a cloud app. I wanted a simple note app for a single device. Don't like being forced to signup by email before clear explanations of why this is necessary, and where my data is going. It may well be a great cross-platform cloud storage program, but that's not what I wanted.
This app used to be great until the developers forced you to sign up for an account to use it. I want a simple note taking app, not another account I have to manage. It should be an option, not be forced upon users. Uninstalled, sorry to say.
True to its name. The most simple, minimal, yet fully functional notes app I've ever used, without the bloatware of Evernote. I use it as my default app for quickly recording random thoughts and rough drafts (you can turn on Markdown for individual notes - very handy feature). Highly recommended if you want a fast and simple notes app that doesn't get in the way of your thoughts.
One of my favourite note apps because it's minimalistic and simple. Does its job well without being over the top like Evernote. The widget doesn't work on my phone though and accounts shouldn't be required.
* New users of the app must sign in with a Simplenote account.
* Minor UI and reliability improvements.
Microsoft OneNote is your notebook for capturing what's important in your life