The application has been completely rewritten in Cocoa and comes with a new interface fashioned after Mac OS X Mail so organizing notes into folders and sub-folders is more intuitive.
The company said StickyBrain 3 is built around a commercial database engine and features iPod synchronization with support for breaking long notes into multiple linked parts.
Other features include Safari-like tabs, a FlashNote menu bar tool, fast searching, a new Web page grabber, the ability to email notes, an alarm viewer, full Unicode 4.0 support, calendars in 5 different sizes, rich text, basic Microsoft Word, HTML, and Apple Stickies importing, note sorting in 10 different fields, and more.
A fully functional 30 day trial version can be downloaded from Chronosi web site. StickyBrain requires Mac OS X v10.3 and is priced at US$40 for new users. Registered StickyBrain 1.x and 2.x customers can upgrade for $25.