June 27, 2013 in Productivity
[prMac.com] Minneapolis, Minnesota - Theory.io today introduces NoteSuite for iPad and NoteSuite for the Mac, integrated suites of powerful note-taking tools that help users organize everything that matters in one app. NoteSuite breaks down the silos that keep different kinds of files separated on mobile devices. NoteSuite for iPad is the only mobile app that allows users to take notes, manage to-dos, clip web pages, annotate almost anything, and read and search PDFs, MS Office files, and web clips together in one app, making it easier to stay organized while mobile. NoteSuite for Mac automatically syncs with NoteSuite for iPad via iCloud and combines note-taking, to-do management, web clipping, and document organization.
Different from most note-taking apps, NoteSuite does not trap users' data inside proprietary subscription-based systems. Instead, NoteSuite stores users' data safely on their iPad or Mac, employing popular cloud services for syncing and backup. This ensures users' never pay extra to access notes offline, data will not vanish if a web service gets cancelled, access to notes will not be jeopardized by security concerns or lost Internet connections, and users' data can never get held hostage for higher fees.
NoteSuite is a sequel to Theory.io's Projectbook, which launched on August 1, 2012 in the United States as the #1 best-selling paid iPad productivity app. NoteSuite includes more than 100 new features and improvements, and is available as a free upgrade for Projectbook users.
"Web services are ideal for syncing, backup, and collaboration. But, our notes hold our most important ideas and information," according to Theory.io President Peter Tamte. "Our research shows that 62% of people who take notes on mobile devices are worried about trapping their data inside a proprietary, subscription-based system. NoteSuite is the only app that lets you stay on top of everything that matters in one organized place and never lose control of your data."
* Capture Anything: Type, make lists, take photos, record audio, and capture to-dos collectively on notes pages. The iPad version also lets users draw and handwrite directly on notes pages.
* Clip Web Pages: Save clutter-free, fully searchable articles, shopping pages, recipes, and PDFs directly from the web into the app to enjoy anytime, anywhere - even offline
* Manage To-dos: Track due dates and start dates, set reminders, and match to-dos and projects with relevant notes and documents using comprehensive to-do management features
* Annotate PDFs (iPad only): Markup, highlight, sign, fill out forms, type, draw freehand, write, and more on any PDF
* Annotate Anything (iPad only): Convert MS Office and iWork documents to PDF safely offline, draw or type directly on photos, and convert PowerPoint slides into notes pages for note taking during meetings and lectures
* Read and Search Documents: Read and search Word docs, PowerPoint files, PDFs, notes, web clips, and to-dos
* Find Things That Aren't Organized: Find notes, Word docs, PDFs, and PowerPoint files even if they haven't been tagged or filed in folders, and without having to remember keywords
* Sync Across Devices: Tapping one button allows users to sync data automatically via iCloud from that point forward, without creating a new account or remembering more passwords
* Requires iPad with iOS 5.0 or later
* 31.4 MB
Pricing and Availability:
NoteSuite 2.0 for iPad, normally priced at $4.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies), is available at a special introductory price of $1.99 through July 15, 2013 and is a free upgrade for Projectbook users. It is available worldwide through the App Store in the Productivity category. Normally priced at $9.99, NoteSuite 1.0 for Mac is available at a special introductory price of $4.99 through July 15, 2013 on the Mac App Store.
Theory.io connects the things you need to do with the information that gets them done. Theory.io was founded by Peter Tamte, who served in executive roles at Apple and Bungie and created MacSoft, the #1 Mac consumer software publisher during the 1990s, as well as Destineer, one of the world's 25 largest video game publishers during the late 2000s. Theory.io is a privately held corporation based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Copyright (C) 2013 Theory.io. All Rights Reserved. Theory.io and NoteSuite are trademarks of Theory IO Corporation. Apple, Mac, iPad, iCloud, and Safari are trademarks of Apple, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.