Amplenote 4+

Flexible notes and tasks

Alloy.dev, Inc.

    • 4.6 • 107 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

*** Your security is our priority ***
- Data security differentiates us from popular to-do list apps
- All note contents are encrypted at rest on our servers
- Notes can be Vault Encrypted with a password that's never sent to our servers
- Your note content is available for download at any time

*** Built on seamless syncing ***
- Along with data security, accurate syncing is at our core
- Designed for heavy users who often switch between the same notes on mobile and desktop
- Our sync is fully compatible with Vault Notes (even though we can't decrypt their content)

***Expression is our cornerstone ***
- Rich Footnotes that hold text, code, images, or all the above is our flagship feature
- Easily insert images into notes, or even into text within notes
- A range of the finest markdown stylings at your disposal

*** Notes and tasks: better together ***
- Text, code, to-do tasks, and images all live inside the same note
- Tasks can be customized to recur at flexible intervals or hidden until later
- Tasks are automatically removed from your to-do list when completed

*** As organized as you are ***
- Connect notes with bi-directional linking
- Note tags allow multi-level taxonomy to organize notes
- Browse these taxonomies like directories
- Recreate OneNote browsing hierarchies seamlessly

*** Flair for sharing ***
- Any note can be instantly shared and edited by multiple parties
- Publish notes (including their Rich Footnotes!) to the web with one tap
- Shared to-do lists can help a team stay on top of shared responsibilities

*** Built for personal productivity ***
- Set up any task to repeat relative to when you last got it done
- Track how much you're getting done over time with our automatic task graph
- Designate tasks as "Urgent" or "Important" to use proven priority techniques

*** More than ample enough for power users ***
- Simplified, clean UI is efficiently functional
- Contextual keyboard toolbar puts the relevant actions at your fingertips
- Quick opener allows opening any recently used note in ~3 taps

- *** No internet? No problem ***
- Continue working offline within new or cached notes
- All work will automatically sync once back online

*** Ample: no more, no less ***
- We won't settle for becoming bloated with non-essential features
- We work across mobile and web.

*** Get started instantly ***
- Use our Evernote Importer to bring your notes from the olden times

*** Account required ***
- An active Amplenote account is required to use Amplenote.
- New accounts automatically receive a 14-day free trial of the Pro plan.
- At the end of the trial period, you may choose between the free plan (Personal) or one of the paid plans.
- You may purchase an auto-renewing subscription through an In-App Purchase.
- 1 month and 1 year durations are available for Basic, Pro, and Founder subscription levels.
- Your subscription will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase and will automatically renew (at the duration selected) unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period.
- Current subscriptions may not be cancelled during the active subscription period; however, you can manage your subscription and/or turn off auto-renewal by visiting your iTunes Account Settings after purchase
- Privacy policy: https://www.amplenote.com/privacy_policy
- Terms of use: https://www.amplenote.com/terms_of_service

What’s New

Version 3.89

- Fix opening attachments leaving attachment in loading state in certain cases
- Plugin system improvements and fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
107 Ratings

107 Ratings

AM9042 ,

It makes a busy life manageable

Before this app and the philosophy behind it I used many apps to keep organized. Meeting and class notes went into a dedicated note app. If an action item or todo came up in that meeting, I’d open the task management app to capture the task. Eventually the calendar would be open so I could capture upcoming event dates.

When planning out my week I had several things to pull from to focus on what to do and when to do it. Even with learning GTD and other methods the whole process was more cumbersome than it needed to be.

I gave this app a try. It took some getting used to as I merged everything under one roof. Now the transition is made I feel completely in control of the process from intake to completion. Id highly recommend this app for anyone looking for a digital brain that can keep life organized.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for the thorough review! We're so glad to hear Amplenote is helping you keep your busy life organized. If there's anything we can improve upon to boost your productivity even more, please don't hesitate to let us know via email at support@amplenote.com. Thanks again!

TPB, Esq. ,

non-standard markdown, awkward tasks, and limited calendar

I wanted to give Amplenote a try because I was so impressed with the way the app triages tasks. Basically, tasks are given a numerical rating based on how long they are expected to take, when they are due, and how urgent/important they are. This is a great idea, and hopefully as Amplenote goes along and perfects its troublesome aspects, it can further refine this idea.

The app doesn’t use standard markdown, and doesn’t support split screen on iPadOS. This meant that I was struggling to enter tasks from other apps. Because Amplenote doesn’t provide an in-app list of hotkeys, and because some of the hotkeys it does provide are non-functional, I found the app confusing at times. I think it has quite a few kinks to work out before it can be considered a stable, ready-for-consumer task management tool.

Finally, the calendar only allows for “business” and “household” as calendar segments, and allegedly one can drag tasks to one’s day to schedule around appointments. I was never able to get this feature to work, despite trying in both the web app, iOS, and iPadOS.

Lpotter2020 ,

This app is making me more productive

I have been using the Amplenote for about a week, and I find myself keep going back to it everyday. It made me realize why so many of the productivity apps I used before never worked for me. The time wasted toggling back and forth across note-taking, tasks and the planner caused too much frictions that I just ended up not using any of the apps consistently. I like that if I need to find my next task, go to Amplenote. I have an idea, go to Amplenote. I can stay motivated and productive. I also feel so much better that I don’t need to transcribe my paper notes into digital. It is so much easier to search for my notes in Amplenote than on paper that I’ll make it a priority to type in my notes either on my mac, my iPhone or my iPad.
Keep it going team. You are creating something awesome.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for the support! Glad to hear Amplenote is helping you be more productive and organized! :)

App Privacy

The developer, Alloy.dev, Inc., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers
  • Diagnostics

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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