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| March 28, 2013
Minimalist Note Taking App Notefile Now Sports 1Password Integration
For the second time in less than two months, minimalist note taking app Notefile has received a nice update. Even though version 1.6 seems to focus on bug fixes and other small tweaks, there are some new features that should make users pretty happy. I’m most excited about integration with 1Password that lets users easily store and lookup their Junecloud sync password. Long pressing a link now gives users the option to open, copy, or edit it. And the buttons above the keyboard will now ignore accidental presses while typing. The app’s URL scheme also supports searches, for example: notefile://search or notefile://search?text=example. Finally, viewing a note in the history doesn’t restore it. To do that, users need to make a change to the information. The largest bug stamped out with the update looks to be an issue where the app would crash on the iPad when using a split or undocked virtual keyboard. Notefile is a universal app for the iPhone/iPod touch and iPad/iPad mini. It can be downloaded in the App Store now for $4.99. While I occasionally take notes with Notefile, I’m a bigger fan of Junecloud’s other apps, Delivery Status.