For the most part, the update to Notefile for iOS brings optimizations for iOS 8 and that to Notefile for Mac brings optimizations for OS X Yosemite, including redesigns that are in line with the visual style of their respective operating systems.
Notefile for iOS has also been updated with Dynamic Type integration, improved TextExpander support, and the ability to look up your Junecloud password in either Safari or 1Password.
Notefile for Mac has also gained several notable improvements, including a couple of larger font size options, an about screen, and an improved full-screen view. In addition, it has been improved so that its window is no longer attached to the menu bar in menu bar mode and it no longer requires a restart to switch modes.
Moreover, both iOS and Mac editions of Notefile have been updated with the following enhancements:
- Much smaller app size for faster loading.
- Easier access to share, export, and delete options while you’re viewing a note.
- Added a restore option to restore a deleted note without having to edit it.
- You can now search your history even after deleting the last note.
- Improved iCloud support, especially with accounts that have iCloud Drive enabled.
Notefile for iOS is also now optimized for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
Last month, Deliveries for iOS was updated by Junecloud with iPhone 6 support, an iOS 8 Today widget, and other improvements.
See also: Evernote for Mac goes 6.0 with OS X Yosemite redesign plus new features, Notability updated with iOS 8 compatibility, iPhone 6 support and more, and Notepad with UpWord updated with Touch ID integration and other improvements.