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Bryan M. Wolfe
| June 6, 2013
First Look: Vesper, The New Note Taking App For iPhone
Vesper is a new note taking app for iPhone. Described as a way to “collect your thoughts,” the $4.99 app comes from an all-star development team, the Q Branch, which includes John Gruber, Brent Simmons, and designer Dave Wiskus. The app helps users collect notes, ideas, and things to do. Vesper’s most unique tool is the ability for users to group tasks by tags. The result is a personalized system that lets you to “organize and curate your notes whatever way comes naturally to you.” Full Vesper 1.0 features include:
We’ve only just begun taking a look at Vesper. Once we spend some time with it, we’ll certainly let you know our thoughts. In the meantime, you can download Vesper here. See also: Notable Note-Taking App GoodNotes Just Keeps Getting Better, Managing Your Text Has Never Been Easier With Drafts 3.0, and Chisel Could Be The Only Note-Taking App You'll Ever Need.
- Attach photos to notes.
- Use drag-and-drop to reorder items. Move important ones up, inessential ones down.
- When you’re done with an item, swipe it to send it into the archive. Out of sight, but remembered forever.