- Dark Mode on iOS 13
- Scan multipage documents with the camera on iOS 13
- Markup PDFs and images on iOS 13
- Improved Shortcuts support on iOS 13
- Search and text recognition for attachments
- Improvements to opening items in other apps, viewing mail messages, Markdown previews, and more
- Keep It now indexes attachments on notes, rich text with attachments documents (RTFD), and mail messages, performing text recognition on PDF and images attachments, if necessary.
- Search suggestions are now shown below the search field rather than above the keyboard on iOS 13.
- When finding occurrences of text in mail messages and web pages, it no longer matters whether characters are accented or not.
WORKING WITH ITEMS
- It is now possible to open items in other applications without making a copy or going through the Files app, provided the other application supports this. Keep It must be visible in the Files app for this to work.
- The “Open URL” button is now only shown in the Info view when there is a URL to open.
- When Dark Mode is enabled on iOS 13, notes will automatically be shown as light text on a dark background, unless they use a custom background color.
- On iOS 13, image and PDF attachments can be annotated with Markup.
- Fixed an issue where pasting two images into a note could result is the same image being included twice.
- When Dark Mode is enabled on iOS 13, rich text files will automatically be shown as light text on a dark background, unless they use a custom background color.
- On iOS 13, image and PDF attachments can be edited with Markup.
- Dark versions of the built-in Markdown editor and preview styles are used automatically when Dark Mode is in use on iOS 13.
- MultiMarkdown 6 is now used for previews and HTML export.
- When Dark Mode is enabled on iOS 13, plain text files will automatically be shown as light text on a dark background.
- On iOS 13, tap the Markup button to annotate the PDF.
- When editing notes on highlights, the note text will be shown as either light or dark depending on the highlight color.
- Annotate images on iOS 13 by tapping the Markup button.
- Thumbnails will now be generated for web archives.
- Image attachments in plain text messages are now shown inline.
- Improved rendering for HTML emails and attachments.
- When appropriate, Mail messages will appear as light text on a dark background when Dark Mode is in use on iOS 13.
- On iOS 13, see a contextual menu by tapping and holding on a list.
- On iOS 13, see a contextual menu by tapping and holding on an item in the list or thumbnails.
- On IOS 13, use a two-finger swipe in the item list or thumbnails to select multiple items.
- Tap + below the item list then Scan Documents to create multipage scans with the document camera in iOS 13.
- A Comments field will now be shown when adding a web link in the app if “Show Comments for Links” is enabled in Settings.
- A Comments field will now be shown when adding files in the app if “Show Comments for Files” is enabled in Settings.
- On iOS 13, see a contextual menu to rename or remove a tag by tapping and holding on a tag in the Tag Filter.
- On iOS 13 when using a hardware keyboard, use Command-1 to Command-9 to choose the corresponding suggested tag.
SHORTCUTS (iOS 13)
- 15 new shortcuts available in the Shortcuts app on iOS 13.
See a full list of changes on the Reinvented Software web site.
Ratings and Reviews
A Perfect Information Manager
This app, along with the macOS counterpart, is by far the best file/information/data management app that’s out there. I have looked into Evernote, OneNote, Bear, DevonThink, and EagleFiler on the Mac and Keep It wins our over all of them. On top of that, it is by far the best designed app out of all of them. I hope the developer continues to keep it updated for years to come (that is one of my main concerns, however, everything can be exported or the developer ever stops supporting the app).
Searching (even within PDFs and some obscure file formats) has worked perfectly for me every time.
My only feature request would be to include an markdown preview mode for markdown files (or at least give things like heading/bold/italics different styles while editing). This goes for the Mac app as well, since I use that more than this mobile version. Syncing between both also works perfectly.
Looks good, great concept, but constant crashes
I want to like Keep It because it would be very helpful for keeping all of my data, links, notes, etc organized. However, every time I try to add a file (a pdf from safari) the app crashes and the file is not saved. This has also happened several times when trying to add a web page (not for offline viewing) but I was eventually able to get it to work. I am also concerned about what happens to my data if my subscription is accidentally cancelled (issue with my card on file with iTunes which happens often for some reason) or if I decide to try a different app/service. Will there be a way to export my data from Keep It or will it just be lost? In the end, it seems like a simplified version of DEVONThink. I am looking for an alternative because lately I’ve had issues with DEVONthinks sync stores (tells me I entered the incorrect encryption key, but I have checked multiple times and there is zero chance I am entering the incorrect key). DEVONThink has a ton more “features” than Keep It, but many of them are overkill for my use case. I just want to have one place to organize all of my documents, files, notes, websites, etc that allows me to easily find what I need regardless of which device I am using. If Keep It can fix the crash issues I will give it a shot. Until then, the search continues.
Developer Response ,
Sorry you are having problems. I cannot seem to recreate the issue with the PDFs or saving web links, and I can’t see any relevant reports for v1.2.4 yet, so if you’re still having an issue, please send a support request from within the app: tap the gear icon above the Lists view, tap the Help button in the lower right, tap Get In Touch and tap Report a Problem.
Nothing will happen to your data if your subscription fails to renew, and provided the app is still installed you can continue to access all your files in the Files app, and import that data into other apps, provided they can import from the Files app. If you use the Mac version, Keep It stores everything in files and folders in the Finder, and you can export a copy of everything using the File > Export All Items menu item (or using the Export Files button in the Subscription panel, if your subscription has expired).
This one checks all the boxes for me. I wanted a nice, non-Evernote Evernote. Love that this doesn’t focus on markdown (though it’s an option) and I can save almost any kind of file I would ever want to. It’s like Apple Notes on overdrive in a way.
Feature request: It would be cool to have a dedicated document scanner built in. Not only would those be nicely formatted documents but usually the result is lower file size versus me just taking a picture of a document myself.
Keep It Up! 😁Great application.
- Steve Harris
- 46 MB
Requires iOS 12.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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- Age Rating
- Rated 17+ for the following:
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- In-App Purchases
- Keep It Mobile $9.99
- Keep It Mobile $1.49
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