Fetchnotes - Shared Notes, Personal Reminders & To Do Lists
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“Task management” is for robots. Fetchnotes is a simple way to keep track of notes and to do’s so you can stay in sync with the people that matter to you.
***Featured in Apple's Productivity Essentials***
Covered in the WSJ, TechCrunch, Business Insider, The Verge, The Next Web, ReadWrite, Lifehacker, BostInno and many more. Here’s why people love Fetchnotes:
—————— EASY TO ORGANIZE ——————
Organize as you type by adding a hashtag in front of a word like "#read". You create the categories.
——————— EASY TO SHARE ——————
@-mention a username, phone number or email address to share notes with friends, family and co-workers. When they receive it, it’s already organized with hashtags.
—————— USE IT FOR ANYTHING —————
No more switching between different apps for your to do's and shopping lists, your ideas and travel plans, or your shared and personal stuff. Just hit the green compose button and effortlessly shift between note-taking, todo-listing, and communication as you type. It just works.
—————— ACCESS ANYWHERE —————
Fetchnotes is always nearby when inspiration strikes. You can add a note with the iPhone app, on Fetchnotes.com, by sending a text or email, or using our Chrome extension. Everything stays in sync across any device!
————————— SMARTER ————————
We make your notes better by finding you the book you want to read, the music you want to listen to, the website you save and more all right below the note.
—— NO SETUP OR SYSTEM TO LEARN ———
You don’t need to follow GTD to get things done. Choose your hashtags and contacts as you type, and Fetchnotes molds to the way you think automatically.
—————— PRIVACY CONTROL ——————
Your notes are 100% private unless you decide to share them with another person. No one sees your “Skype for cats” idea besides the people you choose to send it to.
Here are some of the things people are keeping track of with Fetchnotes:
#Todo lists for day to day life
#Music or #books you want to check out or recommend
#Quotes that inspire you or make you laugh
#Dateideas for you and your significant other
#Randomfacts to impress people with your knowledge
#Ideas for a #blog post, business or project
#Travel plans for an upcoming #vacation with friends or #family
#Shopping and #groceries lists with your family or roommates
#Links to remember for a presentation or project
#Restaurants to #checkout or people to #meet while visiting a city
Fetchnotes is limited only by your imagination!
"Hashtags and to do lists, together at last." - Ellis Hamberger, The Verge
"Fetchnotes wants to shake things up a bit"
"the API to your brain"
— the WSJ
"Definitely a different way to think about note-taking"
"Fetchnotes makes your important content available no matter where you are and no matter what device you’re using"
"The Easiest Reminder Service You'll Ever Use"
- More about Fetchnotes: http://www.fetchnotes.com
- Facebook: http://facebook.com/fetchnotes
- Contact us: email@example.com
What's New in Version 3.0.6
* Added support for numeric tags e.g. #123
* Opening a push notification takes you to that note
* Manually moving the cursor & double tapping text is more responsive
* Fixes autocomplete bar disappearing occasionally
* Fixes archived note syncing issue
* Fixes accidental filtering issue
* Massive behind the scenes restructuring!
* Patches an iOS 7.1 related bug that kept the autocomplete bar from showing up!
Has Fetchnotes become a daily habit?
We rely on feedback and ratings, we'd love a quick review if you have a minute!
It made me angry
I really wanted to like this app, because I love using tags, but I deleted it because it actually made me angry. Using the web version, I deleted all my notes and, I believed, all the tags associated with them. I then created new notes with new tags. Then when I opened the iOS version and created a new note, I found that the tags I thought I'd deleted were still there. And there doesn't seem to be a way to "manage" tags directly, such as deleting the ones you don't want anymore or particularly the "suggested" tags -- really, developers, do you think people won't get the concept of tags and will need suggestions, like #music, #shopping, and #ideas? Then there is the maddening "cutesy-ness" of the UI. I do not need to see the message "What's on your mind?" every time I want to create a new note, nor do I need to see a delete confirmation in the form of "Delete your masterpiece?" I held on to this app for a long time because, as I said, I really wanted to like it. But it finally p***ed me off so much that I deleted it. YMMV.
I use Fetchnotes every day for any quick notes I need. I love the tag feature so much, I've been looking for a nice app like this for a while. Thanks for such a great app! :)
Great concept, but still some bugs
I have been using this app for the past few weeks and really liking the syncing with the chrome app! However, my login screen on iPhone has been frozen for some time...
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- Category: Productivity
- Updated: Mar 13, 2014
- Version: 3.0.6
- Size: 2.2 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Fetchnotes, LLC
- © Fetchnotes, Inc. 2013
Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.