Bob “Dr Mac” LeVitus chats with host Kelly Guimont about Apple’s Notes app, how it has evolved, and if it’s an alternative to Evernote.
Dr. Mac’s been playing with Apple Notes lately and he thinks it might finally be mature enough to replace Evernote Premium in his workflow (which will save him $70 next year).
Some essential apps for iOS and Mac to help keep that new year’s resolution and boost your productivity in 2019.
Evernote has launched a new dark mode for its popular note-taking application. Mac and iOS users can now switch between the standard UI (“Light”) and a new, darker Note UI (“Dark Mode”). The idea is to help users in a variety of circumstances, whether they who work late, suffer from migraines or benefit from a darker screen for other accessibility reasons.
The new reduced price is US$42/year, which is a reduction from the old price of US$70/year.
If you’re using Stickies—or Evernote, for that matter—you should know that there’s a way to import the data into Apple’s Notes program, so if you’d like to move your stuff into that app instead, you can! In today’s Quick Tip, we’ll explore the options for importing and exporting between those applications.