Memo is a simple and elegant app for quickly jotting down notes on your iPhone.
Memos are like sticky notes. Pop open a new memo in less than a second and use
it to jot down phone numbers, messages, meeting notes, or write down ideas
before you forget them. You can assign different col...
Functionally it’s pretty cool. However, try to switch from the one provided by Apple and you’ll see the difference in quality, not in a good way. The fidelity of the fonts looks visually wrong. It makes the several custom fonts that I have look indistinguishable from Time New Roman and the problem isn’t fixed by scaling the text. So... there you go.
No sync. Premium has no benefits.
Sync not working. Paid for premium, got iOS and Mac apps, no sync between them, but have iCloud sync active. Support on reddit has zero responses to 99% of issues. Looks like money down the drain.
I tried to like it but within minutes of installing it, I deleted it. Why? Because there is no support for folders (like the native iOS Notes app has). I like to organize my notes into appropriate folders. Not sure if I saw a search function the app.
Do NOT buy
They claim the app synced across devices and does not! There web site doesn’t work. They have no customer service. I want my $ back but have no where to go. Terrible company.
Balanced design, useful, nice and simple. Thank you!
Familiar interface and intuitive to navigate
Lots of reviews here talk about how the app charges subscription for its premium version. I think there’s good and bad of both paid and free app. One option doesn’t trump the other in all cases. It really just comes down to what personally suits you best. I also believe that we shouldn’t expect app developers to work for free just like how we get paid for what we do at work. I like how Memo app lets me add notes quickly on an interface that’s familiar and intuitive to navigate. The font is solid, the colors are pleased to eyes. I have been using it for a while now and haven’t encounter any sync problem. When I need the notes on my Mac they are there. If I may add, I would love to have the option to access the app through the Mac menu bar.
Really? I use it more than Bear and Evernote
Lots of apps have cross-platform sync. My only request to the developer was for a white note background. I already like this more than Bear and Evernote. It’s much faster. Bear and Evernote take 2-3 steps to take a note. By the time I find the note in Bears left margin, I’ve already made my note in memo. I’ve even stopped using Todoist, since it also takes longer and I can’t jot down real notes. I paid for Agenda and it’s below all 3. I haven’t had any problems with syncing my Mac and iOS. And honestly this is so fast I just love it. Give it a chance guys, I don’t want the developer to stop working on this.
Straightforward and dead-simple note-taking in the cloud
I don’t think you are able to find another notes app that let you write, attach files and pictures to notes as easily as Memo. Need more than just plain text? Format it with Markdown. Want to categorize the notes? Give them different colors. Want to sync it across phone and laptop? Set up iCloud sync once and forget it. I’m hooked and I think you’d too.
I’m not getting rid of this app anytime soon
I like the versatility of the app. You can use it for almost anything from taking quick note, creating checklist for groceries, writing longer form of story etc. I use it everyday in school and at part time gig. I don’t use it that much on my iMac but whenever I do, they work fine there too. A longer trial period would make it even better in my opinion.
Do not waste your time! Does Not Work as Advertised!!!
This app is a piece of CRAP!! Sync does not work! No customization! $9.99 YEAR FOR SYNC! All I wanted was a simple app that could sync a sticky notes from the desktop of my work computer to the desktop on my home-office computer so I could have a quick glanceable way to keep track of items I reference daily (such a extension numbers for phone system, universal passwords for shared programs, etc.). I just needed a simple app that could stick an open note on my desktop for quick reference and sync between computers - unfortunately Apple’s built in sticky note app does not have a sync function or I would use that. I was even willing to pay $9.99 A YEAR!!! for this stupid sync function. Nothing about this apps sync function has ever worked - deleting a note and it shows back up later, make changes and they don’t fully sync. Also for 9.99 a year the app has basically no customization either. I WANT MY MONEY BACK!!
I love Apple Notes but decided to give other notes app a try after the latest update still missing stuff that’s increasingly important for me such as Markdown support. Glad to have found Memo a while ago. Supporting Markdown aside, the app is easy to pick up and sync across my phone and Mac. Just started the subscription trial for the premium version and we will see how that goes.
It does what it says on the name - let you write memo down as sticky notes. The design is simple and to the point. Not much learning curve for people who already know Markdown by heart. Whenever I need to remind myself of something or take notes for reference later, I just launch Memo app, write them in and know that they will be there waiting on my phone or on my Macbook later.
App less functional than Apple Notes
Be careful if you download this app just to peek at it. I got charged the $.99 despite there being a 7 day trial period, and it started a subscription. Apple reversed the charge. There is no folder hierarchy in this app. It is a single list of multiple notes, and searching them probably works is you have hundreds in your list. For me, Apple Notes just seemed easier to use and searching is good. App deleted.
I use Airmail on all of my devices, so of course I thought I’d love Memo. The thing is, it’s just Apple’s own Notes with a different skin. I expected something different.
Nothing Special But A Subscription
I have no issues paying a subscription for apps including notes and writing apps. I pay for Evernote, Bear and Ulysses. But all of the offer value. This app do not offer anything better than the stock notes app and still wants a subscription. Dev if you want to charge a subscription you need to offer value is that simple.
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