13 JUN

Junecloud’s ‘Notefile’ Syncs Notes Between Your iPhone, iPad, and Mac

by Marianne Schultz
 

Junecloud, the developer of the excellent Delivery Status Touch, has released Notefile, a note-taking app for the iPhone and iPad with a Dashboard Widget-based counterpart for the Mac. Notefile debuted in the App Store earlier this month and offers a clean and straightforward interface to type and store notes along with great flexibility to access and edit notes.

Notes can be added or edited within the Notefile app, on the Junecloud website, or through a free Notefile Dashboard Widget – all that’s required for synchronization between devices is a free Junecloud account (which also works with the Delivery Status Touch app and widget).

While Apple offers a native Notes app out-of-the-box on the iPhone and iPad, its counterpart on the Mac is the Mail app, which I find distracting and cumbersome to use for simple notes. I’m all for apps like Notefile that offer alternate seamless over-the-air synchronization with multiple ways to access and edit my data.

Notefile debuted in the App Store earlier this month and costs $4.99. It’s a universal app that works on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The free companion Dashboard Widget (which requires Mac OS 10.5 or higher) is available from Junecloud’s site here.

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1 Comment

  1. Saul Good

    I bought both of these apps the day that they were released and use them every day, especially Notfile. It will be interesting to see what happens to apps and services like this one once iOS 5 and iCloud is released.

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