Quick Capture is a frictionless note taking app.
It's focused on helping you get your ideas out of your head, and into plain text.
There are three input modes to help you do this. Live Text, Dictation, and Keyboard.
You can also share your notes with others, or send it to other apps.
Fixed a few iOS16 bugs
Added a refreshed app icon
Ratings and Reviews
Outstanding and unique
I’m finding myself using this app a lot—it’s simple yet powerful, everything it needs to be and nothing more. And it’s beautifully designed—and collects NO user data.
I love that there are no saved copies to have to clean up later. Just be careful not to accidentally touch the app’s delete button before you’re ready—once it’s gone, it’s gone, and shake to undo won’t bring it back even if you just deleted it, so I wouldn’t use this for anything that would take a lot of time to recreate.
If I could, I’d change the font to iA Writer Quattro and add some basic markdown shortcuts and syntax highlighting. But those may be beyond the dev’s vision for Quick Capture.
I’m very grateful to the generous developer for this excellent, unique, and free app.
This app is amazing it is exactly what it needs to do. If you see a picture with text and you want to capture it this is the way to go.
Apple should buy this company and should incorporate these features immediately into iOS
Best note capture app!
This is a perfect app for someone like me who is constantly reading and researching and in need of capturing quotes from books. The photo feature is far more accurate than the one embedded in Apple Notes.
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- Philip Davis
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- Requires iOS 15.0 or later and a device with the A12 Bionic chip or later.
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