Private Note provides a wonderful way to hide your notes. When someone open this App, they can only see a simple text view, and they will regard this app as a simple text editor. Actually, you can easily type password in this text view to access your real notes.
You can hide some notes you don't want anybody else to see, like bank account, phone number, some plan, whatever else. No one will find these notes.
• Protect your private notes with a fake text view
• Sync with Dropbox
• Unlock with Touch ID (fingerprint)
• Unlimited to create notes
• Custom font and font size
• Custom fake content
• Link for link/email/phone number on note
• Open notes in other apps
• Full screen writing
• Quick open last note
• Safely store
• Use fake text view as quick note
Bug fix for iOS 11
Adaptive layouts for iPhone X
Ratings and Reviews
Love the security
I keep all my passwords in this app and feel very comfortable doing so. My only problem is I can't find a way delete, email or print anything from this app since the last update. It could be my lack of the techno gene, but hopefully, this will be fixed with the next update.
Allows you to use it as a normal notepad until you type in the password and it unlocks the private notes. Great for keeping track of gift ideas without anyone knowing what you're getting them!
Only a couple problems which is why I took off two stars. First, when enabling Touch ID, you get a prompt to use Touch ID every time you open the app which may raise suspicion in someone who might look through your notes. Idk if this is a prompt that Apple requires, but if it's possible to use Touch ID without the prompt, I'll change my review.
Secondly, if you opt for a normal password that you type in, QuickType already has it showing when you open the app. If you choose a peculiar word, it will easily stand out from suggested words such as "I," and "The."
Hiding in plain sight
This app is so good I use it too much so I'm requesting a search function so I can easily find a specific note.
Needs a search function.
Works as a simple note app and in no way reveals it's intended use. The icon and app name conceal this secret well. There's no evidence that would give a snooper a clue that this was anything more than a really simple note pad. Nice because you can use letters in combination with numbers without being limited to 4 digits.
Integrates with Dropbox.
There's nothing better than hiding in plain site. Perfect.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.