Twobird vs MiniNote – Write Quick Notes

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Twobird

Category: Note Taking

Industries: Educators, Content Creators, Students

Pricing

Free

MiniNote – Write Quick Notes

Category: Note Taking

Industries: Students, Businesses, Professionals

Pricing

$4.99

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Most popular feedback for Twobird

have been using the app for a little bit now and I have to say that it has been a good experience so far. Simplistic, conversational design which works because emails can be a mess. I will like to see the service able to connect to other email clients outside of Gmail which I would imagine is going to come. Also if there is a way to have a section that offers a team style message place where you can invite someone you been emailing with to a secondary workspace to share files and conversation within the app. I think that would be cool and with the app’s clean look it would work well. This is almost already there with the notes feature. Wishful thinking I think the devs on this are off to a great start. There are a lot of email clients that are out there that don’t deliver on making email simple and easy in terms of use. Looking forward to see upcoming features and how the app grows. Also please keep the app add free. Even if there is a one-time payment which is always the best or even subscription model so that the devs are funded and supported and we don’t get ads.

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About Twobird

We give the use of technology to humans a lot of thought. With the help of our initial software, SoundAMP, iPhones might be used as multiband digital hearing aids to assist those with mild to severe hearing loss. Based on the realization that the iPad permitted a new sort of note-taking, particularly with increased review and replay of notes made in a class or meeting, we released Notability, the first app of its kind, in 2010. Millions of kids, families, and individuals throughout the world rely on Notability, which is consistently listed as a top selling software in the iOS App Store. Our success with Notability inspired us to consider further demands for better, more straightforward digital experiences. What if we could eliminate the need to move between apps for communication and everyday tasks? Illustration of confetti a picture of lunch at the work lunch table by Ginger Labs workers We had a lot of experience with notes, but we desired an inbox experience that combined notes, reminders, and email. We believed that since our digital lives are interactive and collaborative, so should our inboxes, which should compile all of our information for easy access in one location. Our team has been developing, testing, and breaking numerous concepts for a better communication channel for more than two years. The outcome is Twobird, a novel email app that is currently accessible on all significant desktop and mobile platforms. In order to assist users focus on what's most crucial in their digital lives and comprehend material more quickly, our goal is to develop cutting-edge apps that accommodate all learning styles. Illustration of confetti our opinions Picture of a card game being played by Ginger Labs staff The best technological tools, in our opinion, support focus and creativity while being strong and intuitive. Technology can and should work for you, boosting the interactions and information that are most important, not for it to be the center of your day, in our opinion.

Most popular feedback for MiniNote – Write Quick Notes

This appears to be the exact same app (other than offering Dark mode) as NoteAway...right down to the free version vs the $5 Pro version. Both apps are offered in the App store under two different companies. I've used NoteAway for years and love it...highlighting text and using PopClip to quickly send it to NoteAway is a feature I use daily. (and yes, MiniNote does have a PopClip extension that works exactly the same way.) It's not a place to permanently store important notes/docs, but for quick and temporary filing of random bits you come across it can't be beat for speed and simplicity. Not sure what's going on with the 2 different apps, but I'd definitely recommend trying one of them.

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About MiniNote – Write Quick Notes

MiniNote is, without a doubt, the most effective app for taking notes that you will ever use. It has been designed from the ground up to provide the simplest, quickest, and most enjoyable experience of taking notes that is humanly possible. If you give it a shot for a week, you'll be hooked on it for the rest of your life. The application is permanently installed in the menubar of your Mac and can be accessed at any time with the click of a button. Make use of it to jot down your ideas and other pieces of information that are significant to you, and do so with the confidence that your notes will be simple to retrieve whenever they are required.

Twobird reviews

The interface is great: I like the low priority & unsubscibe, and the inbox is organized, simple and easy to look at. Unfortunately, the app is missing MAJOR features: PDFs (and many other types of attachments) can't be opened, and no attachments can EVER be downloaded (to open separately maybe), multi-selection doesn't allow most of the important organization features (labeling, moving, setting reminders), so you have to go into each one manually and do the things, also no way to print at all.

- Chen Asraf

Great app, great cross-platform support. Still lacking a few key features that would make it a no-brainer. E.g. I have a Google account with more than one alias set up, but I have to remember to manually select which alias to send an email every time. (Thankfully it automatically selects the right one when replying, but not for forwarding.) The calendar support is there, but I'd love for it to support event colors since I color code many events on one of my calendars. Great potential!

- Cain Gantt

I cannot wait to see how this app evolves. Things I love: - The texting-like interface---makes email feel like less of a slog - Markdown!!! - Free but with premium features, including snoozing, send later, hiding external images, etc. - Notes!!! Things that could be improved: - I don't love the interface aesthetics: --- (1) the font is chunky (especially in bold); would be amazing if there were options here. --- (2) the color highlights are dominated with eye-wateringly bright pinks and purples. I'd love to be able to turn off colors. --- (3) the icons are a little oversized

- Jennifer Carr

MiniNote – Write Quick Notes reviews

Why do developers upgrade their applications to higher OS's as well as make them only available through the MAS, thereby making it impossible for users with older OS's to use the older versions? Developer: You have a nice app and you still have the versions that work on older OS's why not make these versions available via your website or some cloud filesharing site? The latter wouldn't cost you a penny. In addition, these people would then likely get your newest version of the app when they upgrade to a newer OS. Just provide a caveat of no support for the older version anymore.

- bbw7

I like it for what it is and for its cost. It's an easy to use and easy access notepad for taking quick notes while doing other things. I use a more comprehensive app, Growly Notes, for extended, organized note taking, but just for jotting things down on the fly, this works great. I only give it a "3" for features because it doesn't have a lot, but I don't expect a lot either for this type of note-taking app. Don't understand the complaints about cut & paste not working; both work for me. I am commenting on ver. 1.5

- bbw7

Not bad, but not that user friendly as is. requires that you keep going back to the note list manually after closing and opening again from the menubar, otherwise stays on the same page you left it, including the settings tab. Changing the font on one word changes the font on the entire database. Also a bit sluggish when changing page/tabs. Starting a new search requires highlighting and deleting of the previous word, there is no X button. Just some minor things.

- Trance

Pros & cons

Twobird

Pros
Works with Gmail and Microsoft accounts
Supports Outlook accounts
Simplicity and clean UI - works seamlessly
Cons
Can't open PDFs
Can't download attachments
Multi-selection doesn't allow most of the important organization features

MiniNote – Write Quick Notes

Pros
Star notes to pin them to the top of the list
Time stamps for each note you create
Share notes via Email, Facebook and Twitter

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