Apimac Notepad

Developer: Apimac

Current Version: 9.9.6

Last Updated: 2 years ago

Download Size: 6.5 MB - Download

Description:

Apimac Notepad allows you to save, copy, paste and organize all your favorite snippets with ease. You can drag the text from other applications, drop a text file from Finder or, of course, write it yourself. Notepad is the “missing notepad application” you’ve been waiting for. Notepad is a great tool to boost your productivity and creative output by not letting those great thoughts and ideas just slip away.

PASSWORD PROTECTION
Our unique privacy features allows you to protect your personal notes with a password. If this option is selected, a password dialog box will be displayed when the Mac Notepad database opens.

ADVANCED SEARCH
Notepad gives you two search options:
• Easy Search: Matches any text you enter in the search field, even if it’s not an exact match. For example, “nice girl” will match “Mary is a nice girl” and “Bernice is a little girl.”
• Regular Expression: An advanced search method based on patterns. For example, “nice|girl” will match either “nice try” and “pretty girl.” More information on this topic can be found on many websites such as the dedicated page of Wikipedia.

INTERNET CONNECTION NOT REQUIRED
The main features of the app does not require any Internet connection.

SUPPORT
For any product information, please contact our support, we are happy to provide information about our software and technical assistance: www.apimac.com/support

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Release Notes:

Small bugs fixed.
Added shortcut to “Welcome Window” menu and moved it under the “Window” menu.

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 9.8.9
Review by Kristy Effinger

Great Notepad App! - I was a long time user of an older Notepad Deluxe app from Sweden that supported MacOS X, but was a PowerPC app, and couldn't be used with Lion, which I'll be upgrading to soon. They apparently are not upgrading their app for Lion, so I had to find something else. After looking over every other available notepad app, this Notepad by Apimac was the most like the old Notepad Deluxe, which is saying that it had a similar interface, and was chock full of text formatting features, yet also was very simple and easy to use. I've stored bits of poetry and quotations over the years, and importing all the files was a simple process. To the other reviewer for a previous version, I think you will find that if you copy something from a source and want it to be pasted into the note using your default style, simply choose "Paste and Match Style" from the Edit menu in Notepad. I have tried that and it works. I can't say enough good things about this new Notepad—it does everything I need it to do, and organizes all my bits of text in nice neat category folders with titles listed alphabetically (or according to date, if you wish). I am also going to be able to use it as a journal, so it is multi-purpose. Thanks so much for a wonderfully implemented app! I can't think of one shortcoming!

Found helpful by 4 out of 5 people

More Reviews for Current Version

5/5
Version 9.9.6
Review by FlaBiker

Excellent note keeping - I've tried many different note taking apps - and I always come back to Apimac Notepad. The program works the way I like to work. It doesn't offer all the bells and whistles of other apps, and that is just fine with me. Notepad has no distracting elements - it works purely with text. It also offers a standard OS X interface - nothing frivolous or cartoonish here. Also, the interface works from left to right, making good use of modern computer displays. It doesn't waste valuable vertical screen space. The app's database is stored locally. I'm not forced to use anyone's "cloud" servers. I have no use for that. Notepad is a native OS X app and uses the system-wide text handling functions. Individual notes, or a range of notes, can easily be exported in a number of formats including RTF and plain text. Highly recommended. One note: Users who prefer to sync notes with an iOS device will have to look elsewhere. Apimac Notepad doesn't offer that function.

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