Fetchnotes is a promising, lightweight note-taking app for list makers and idea-havers which looks deceptively simple. But that simplicity is actually one of Fetchnotes’ key selling points. It’s meant to be fast and easy to use. And although there are a ton of apps for taking notes, from robust offerings like Evernote to more limited mobile apps like the Notes app that ships on the iPhone, Fetchnotes has an interesting idea about how note-taking apps should work - that is, they should work more like our own minds do. Thoughts come to us unbidden and we jot them down. That’s it.
Highly praised minimalist note taking app for iphone, mac & web by Apr 13
Une très belle concentration d exemples, riche en contenu
Le meilleur que j ai vu à date by Jan 22
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One of the best product analysis I have ever seen. Smart, precise and very advanced concepts: an absolute must-read! by Mar 28