On iOS, Simplenote has gained an optional dark theme, which you can enable in the app’s settings to make it easier on the eyes when note-taking at night and to make it lighter on your device’s battery as well.
Simplenote for iOS has also been updated with Touch ID integration, allowing you to unlock the app with your fingerprint instead of your passcode.
The latest update to the iOS app also delivers bug fixes, including one for a widespread crash when reopening the app and another for an issue affecting the history slider on iPad.
As for Simplenote for Mac, it’s been updated to allow adjustment of font size in the note editor and alphabetical sorting of notes.
The Mac app has also been improved with bug fixes, including a fix for printing notes from the app and another that enhances the app’s full-screen support on OS X Yosemite.
Simplenote for Android has also been updated with new features and improvements.
Of course, Simplenote supports syncing of data across platforms and devices.
So, if you want a simple note-taking app on iOS, Mac, or even Android, consider using the new and improved Simplenote.
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