Quick Notes!! allows you to take simple notes on one device and have each note sync simultaneously for access on another device!

What’s New

Version 3.0.1

This app has been updated by Apple to use the latest Apple signing certificate.

Fixed bugs

Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
1 Rating

1 Rating

Andrewhoward2258 ,


Hi there!!! I am asking if u can update it to where you can have themes in the background. I was thinking maybe ponies or a wide selection of toilets??Just a thought. It also reminded me it was my birthday! That was a close call.

G,gsznf ,

Made me cry

I hate this app. I want my money back. I can't figure out how to work it. I bought this saying,"hey yesterday was what day. And today is what day" and I was so tired of listening to that stupid Friday song to remember the days of the week, that I went in my room and cried in my closet for 6 hours. After that I went to staples to look for post it notes, and they were fricken sold out. So I went home and cried for another 8 hours. So my last try before I committed suicide was eBay. So after I lost all 12 auctions on post it notes, I went to home depot and bought my rope. As I was standing on the chair getting ready to put the rope around my neck, my iPhone rang. It was some sort of message. That used all these weird symbols called letters. And I read," you've got to buy this app, Quick notes, it's awesome" So I went to the Application store and looked it up. It came up and it was like a miracle from God. I downloaded it. As soon as it was on my home page I clicked it, and the magic stopped. I had no idea how to write a note and all the shapes and weird symbols where so confusing. After I cut my wrists I deleted the rope. That was a month ago. Now I'm in therapy still on the verge of suicide. Thanks for reading. If you'd like to read more by my book, Suicide and the Post it note, by me. Thank you for your time.

bioeric ,

Do not buy this if the ever change it from Free

This app is very simply to use, but the interface is quick ugly. The design really reminds me of something that came out when colors first became available on computers. Other free apps at least have taken the time to make the user interface attractive in someway. Aesthetics still matter to a certain degree although userability is by far the most important. This app captures the latter, but the former is completely forgotten if not intentionally destroyed.

App Privacy

The developer, Nicholas Gibson, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.

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  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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