Noted goes on sale for $.99 for New Year's

By Alicia Erlich on 31 Dec 2013 03:52 am EST
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Now that the Christmas holiday is over it's time to focus our attention on the New Year. That being said, who doesn't love a sale? Carterbits is placing their popular notepad and text editor application Noted on sale for 50% off, or $.99, to help ring in 2014. 

Now we have featured this application before starting with the original review. Since that time the developer has only improved the capabilities and functionality of the application as you can tell by the extensive feature list below. 

Features

  • Fast, native BlackBerry® 10 app, built using Cascades
  • Edit plain text files using Linked Notes, store shortcuts to plain text files within Noted
  • Import and export plain text files
  • Automatic backups to Dropbox, Box.com or wherever else you choose
  • Space-saving "Auto-hide Action Bar on scroll" in category lists and while editing notes
  • "Clippings" category serves as default target for Sharing to Noted
  • Dictation: Dictate your notes using the integrated OS dictation feature
  • Password protected "Secure" notes category
  • Auto Save: automatically saves open notes on a user-defined interval
  • Share menu integration: clip text and URLs directly into Noted
  • Universal Search integration
  • In-app Search, including: View All feature, can be used as a pseudo “All” category (minus Secure notes), Clear Search feature, clears the current search and sets the cursor to the search field
  • Active Frame support: set a note as the Active Frame cover data
  • Auto-refresh destination category after moving a note to another category
  • Note categories: Work, Personal, Miscellaneous and Custom help you organize your information
  • Customizable category names (except for Secure)
  • Move notes between categories
  • Quick Inserts: Date, Time, custom strings
  • Eight level undo and redo
  • Find within note (Z10 only due to OS bug)
  • Backup to SD card or Dropbox (read help file)
  • Share notes over BBM, Email, SMS text, etc
  • Copy notes to Clipboard from note lists
  • Settings: Delete confirmation, Cancel confirmation, Hide note descriptions in all categories, Or, hide note descriptions only in Secure category, Enable/disable Active Frame support, Set Active Frame title color, Option to set Active Frame text size as Small or Default, Use textured background in Active Frame, Open notes in edit mode, Sort notes in chronological order, Sort notes in descending order, Show/hide group headers, Quick Insert formats, Select date formats, Select 12 or 24 hr time
  • Swipe to save
  • Localized into Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, French and German

From now until end of day on January 1, you can grab it at the link below for the discounted price.

More information/Purchase Noted

Reader comments

Noted goes on sale for $.99 for New Year's

18 Comments

In daily use here! Definitely recommend if you don't already own it.

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“It’s been easy for competitors to promote negative stories about BlackBerry, focusing on the business of the past. But I’m not focused on who BlackBerry used to be — I’m focused on what BlackBerry will be today and in the future.” John Chen, December 2013

Remember is pretty basic. Also, it seems completely device side only. (Yes, it's meant to be sync-able with Evernote. But that 'functionality' is a running joke. It doesn't work.

Posted by the inimitable Z10 handheld system

I never had any problems with Evernote-sync, since the early BB10 days.
Would really know the differences, from someone who knows both.

It has a feature that allows you to keep some notes private by securing with a password. In that respect, advantage Noted.

Addict for 10 years, but it may be time to get off this drug.

Looks good. I've often wondered why the dev who makes this one doesn't tap Evernote api. After all, they've no hope of competing right now, unless EN completely fux up from now on...

Posted by the inimitable Z10 handheld system

Have been using Noted for a long time! Excellent. I am the queen of to-do lists but I find Noted very handy to draft letters, lists, anything to remember and it is simple and straight forward. Click and type and save. Done.
Also, the alphabetized list is excellent at letting me choose which list I need immediately.

Noted is my top list app!

besides a password setting, why buy this over Evernote? i like the fact that on Evernote i can move my notes around and place them into notebooks, not just categories. If i want to just make a simple note, i just use Remember. I do like the DropBox/Box integration though... but we have that already.