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This week’s pick is SnipNotes by Felix Lisczyk. With you can do so much more than just keep track of random notes. All your notes are automatically categorized into its own category. These categories include Phone numbers, email address, websites, your location, regular text or an image. All information is sorted by the type of text it originates from, with each category paired to its own set of actions. You can access your notes from within the app, via the notification center, and even from a handy widget on your iOS device
• Tap on „Save“ to save the current contents of your clipboard (text and images)
• Tap on “Save Location” to save your current location
• Tap on a note to copy it back into your clipboard
• Long press on a note to show context-specific actions (e.g. make a phone call)
• Configurable: The widget can show buttons for quick access to the main app
• Configurable: The widget can show a button to minimize it
• View your notes in a sortable list
• Tap on a note to open the detail view. From here you can edit or delete the note, add a title and share it with other apps
• Add new notes. You can either enter text, take pictures with the camera or choose existing images from your photo library
• You can mark notes as a favorite and configure the widget to show only favorites
• Customize SnipNotes and its widget with the integrated settings menu
• Search through notes from your home screen
• Use handoff to quickly open notes from other devices
• Quickly add new content from other apps with the share sheet extension
• Control SnipNotes with external keyboards
To access the SnipNotes widget, simply swipe down from the top of the screen to open notification center. Inside the SnipNotes widget, you can quickly save anything on your clipboard, your current location and quickly access the main app. SnipNotes integrates into the share menu of many apps. This way you can e.g. save a website URL in Safari or an address from Maps. You can enter your own text and add images from camera or your photo library. SnipNotes for Apple Watch allows you to dictate notes as well as save your current location.
Here’s an App Store link for SnipNotes. Compatible with iOS 8.2 or later, SnipNotes for iOS is an universal app that works with iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and Apple Watch. It is a free app, and for $1.99 you can upgrade to unlock the full version that gives you unlimited notes.