Current Version: 1.2.1
Last Updated: 4 years ago
Download Size: 10.9 MB - Download
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Typeli is a digital notebook that brings back the feel and simple power of a traditional paper spiral. With chronological organization and innovative autocomplete driven text styling, the app delivers a truly natural writing experience.
Some of the best features include:
✔ keyboard driven autocomplete text styling that replaces traditional toolbar based user interface
✔ organization into notebooks and pages that removes the need to save and manage files
✔ powerful shortcuts that enable power users to easily navigate between pages and notebooks
- numbered list
- bulleted list
- text color
- spell check
- yellow notes
- red reminder
- horizontal line
- export notes
- popup menu for styling selected text
- daily backups
- full screen
- go to next note
a) with shortcut (⌘ + →)
b) with swipe (two fingers to the left)
- go to previous note
a) with shortcut (⌘ + ←)
b) with swipe (two fingers to the right)
- organize notes into notebooks
- notebook shortcuts (⌘ + /1/2/3/4/5)
- make search more user-friendly
- Fixes the issue with number '9'
Most Helpful Reviews
Breath of fresh air for note-taking - I often don't take notes, but this app very well may change that. The design is simple and gorgeous to look at, and having formatting controls at my finger-tips with an autocomplete menu is a joy. This app also solves the problem of adding pages to the notes from one day, as each page grows with the notes you add, that combined with the notebooks makes it easier to organize things. Overall, its a great experience and I'm looking forward to taking notes with it.
Skip this one - It's buggy. There are better ways to keep your notes. I'm upset because I bought this app when it was quite pricey, too.
More Reviews for Current Version
not worth it. - the buttons don't work, it is hardly customizable, and half the time when I try to type something, it doesn't do anything. Don't waste your time with this app.
Lay down and let this one pass - I really wanted to like this app - the design is really nice, but honestly - I couldn't make it work. I could be shortcut-challenged, but I simply didn't like the way this app behaved. It turned into one of those apps that I really wanted to use, but I spent so much time trying to use it, it became annoying. Simply put, there are better note-taking tools that are more feature-rich and flexible (i.e. DayOne, Evernote, etc.)
Please keep working on it - Though this application faces stiff competition, I have always liked overall design and intent of the app. I encourage the developers to keep maintaining and updating the app and finding ways to promote it. Also try to develop an iPad version.
VERY BUGGY - I don't write reviews for an app until I've used it often and extensive enough to form an opinion about it. Well, I have used it quite extensively and often already and here is my take on it. This app is very, very, very, buggy. The user interface is ok. It could be better. A LOT better. However, for something as simple as an app for note taking you'd think that there should be very minimal bug if none at all, right? Guess again. What kind of bugs? I'm not just referring to the fact that sometimes you don't see the cursor at all or the fact that sometimes when you start typing on a new page you don't see the letters that you just typed (but realized later that the letters were indeed there after you manage to have the on-page menu pop up and select more > Note or something). No, not those minor but really annoying bugs. I'm talking about the fact that while you manage to type paragraphs fine (well, sometimes), the next day you see the same paragraphs only to "lose" all of them when you close and reopen the app. The paragraphs seem to be there still because if you click More > Notes, SOME of the sentences reappear. Yes, some, not all. That means the sentences were there but you can't see them. It makes you wonder whether there's a secret magic chant you have to recite to make them reappear. If you're not bothered by that bug, how about other bugs like the Undo function doesn't work. The Redo function doesn't work. You highlight a word but then - get this - when you click away from the highlighted word the highlight (voila!) disappears! What good is that for? I can use my fingers to point at the word if it only serves the purpose of showing the word to someone momentarily. Of course it doesn't have a Save function, too. In short I can list far more wonderful bugs in it that there are useful features. One can argue that you get what you pay for. Sure, but why bother make the app to begin with? Now, if the objective of this app is to have something that really annoys the users, then allow me to congratulate the makers of this app for their truly magnificent success.
meh - why not just use evernote - mad at myself for paying almost $10 for this when evernote is more sophisticated.