Black theme on AMOLED is great.
Fantastic app! Can't wait for git repository syncing.
I like too see this as an outstanding effort to save us from the servitude of the Cloud, and still let us backup our data, export them in text format, share them between devices, and possibly migrate to a different app. - Carefully designed. - All this shows respect for the user, at last! - Most serious limitation: no widgets. When they are implemented, it would be an elegant idea to allow their contents be defined by reference to a saved search. While we are waiting for widgets, at least the creation of shortcuts to saved searches is an urgent requirement. - Whish it'd be possible to sort items by drag-and-drop. - Not yet checked if there is still room or need for other functionality features. - Customization features seem already more than sufficient.
Good looking with lots of features but unintuitive and frustratingly slow to use. ▪Saving to SD opens up possibilities for local sync eg with 'Syncthing', with which it works beautifully. In fact the whole syncing side of this app seems really well thought out, and is a primary attraction.▪Love the dark theme.▪Font size - I find the notebook lists font too large when compared to the notes font, it would be great if font size could be chosen separately for notebook lists and note content. ▪It's very unintuitive and convoluted to change or edit anything, this is particularly annoying when trying to change 'State' which should be a one tap option. The complexity of trying to change anything is the main reason I don't yet use it for real. ▪Would like an option to create a homescreen shortcut to a notebook. ▪Would prefer that it didn't have Internet Permission, syncing is perfectly possible without. :-) Now has hyperlinks, and has got rid of empty "Notebooks description..." - thanks.
If you are already an org-mode user, this is simply perfect. I use it in cooperation with syncthing to sync the directory on my sd card that orgzy writes to, and then I can make further updates on my laptop with Emacs. Love it.
seems to have more extensive functionality than workflowy. I miss the speed and convenience or workflowy though, being able to add and move items very quickly. is that on the cards at all?
• Various bug fixes and improvements
• Black color scheme
• Hide preface (new option)
• Support links for "tel", "sms", "geo" and more
• Always display link's description instead of link
• Ask for confirmation to delete notes everywhere
• Keep list of repos sorted