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Description

A simple sticky notes app and home screen widget.

Features:
- Simple, stylish and minimalistic notes and memo app
- Home screen widget
- Local backup and restore
- Online iCloud sync
- Organize notes with folders and sub-folders
- Handwritten notes drawing
- Share notes as text or a drawing
- Manage deleted items
- Extensions store with additional styles and features
- Today extension widget
- Protect items with password
- Custom fonts
- No ads

What’s New

Version 2.0.7

Share a note as drawing fixed for notes with text only.
Deleted folders removed form move to folder options.
Folder name appearing as home widget fixed.

Ratings and Reviews

3.2 out of 5
227 Ratings

227 Ratings

Jdb1987 ,

It’s pretty OK

It’s OK, it works pretty well with the new iOS that uses widgets on your home screen. You can write with your finger or type them. There’s no subscription fee, but a few One time for fees, mostly cosmetic, having up to about 8$. Which is not too bad. It allows you to write and type across the same sticky note, which is awesome. Unfortunately there’s a bug where the text and drawing tool don’t lineup. So when you try to cross out something on your to-do it instead crosses out the item above it. From what I see it also doesn’t have a function to make checkboxes for your checklists. If they fixed these issues, it would be the perfect app sticky-note app.

Galileo T ,

The Best Sticky Notes and Widget

I have been experimenting with Sticky Notes & Widget for a few days. I have found it to be an excellent sticky note app for both Home Screen and Widget area. It is versatile if you like different fonts, but best of all is that the user can organize notes used in app folders or loose, handwrite or type, choose font size, text alignment, back-up, and iOS sync between devices. All this for a very reasonable price. A close second reason to purchase is because I was so impressed with the app’s tech support. I emailed an app question and a bug to report. Overnight I had a helpful response that included the fact that the reported bug was reproduced, fixed, and an update sent to Apple. A few hours later the app update was available to download. Totally impressive all around app and support.
One note for all, there is a small learning curve. I couldn’t figure out how to get a few ‘test’ notes I had put into a folder out of the folder. The secret from app support...tap the note, hold it a second to select, and then tap the little house (home) in the upper left corner. Then the note is out from the folder. Pretty easy, but sometimes it’s the simple things that stump Physics people ;-) I think you will find Sticky Notes and Widget useful, easy to use, and a great addition to your device.

Kevin: Don’t you think the app is worth $1.00? Check the price of other Sticky Note Apps.

FatGreySquirrel ,

Just what I needed!

My therapist recommended a sticky note to do system, physically, I wanted to do it digitally and this app has the variety I need before I purchased two bonus packs for 1.98 total to help my system look more detailed.

Having the 3 widgets on my Home Screen to focus on first is perfect for narrowing down my options and not getting overwhelmed by too many to do’s. I use the Things app too, and that’s still home base but I’m slowly turning those to-dos Into stickies so it can be a visual component of my running to do list. Hope that makes sense.

I have the pins designated to mean repeating tasks, urgent tasks, blocks of tasks, etc. Essentially the urgency or group of task type. The color of the sticky note means what type of task it is in my system. I made a folder with a key of my system. Helped me sort out the variety effectively.

Would love to be able to alter the design of the folders themselves. Nothing huge, but different fonts or shapes could be useful.

(One note about a problem I’m having. It keeps quitting on me. Every other time I use it essentially. I’m guessing it’s the volume I’m using it at doing that though and probably fixable eventually. I’ll go to save and the app will kick me out.)

App Privacy

The developer, Alina Vetrov, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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Supports

  • Family Sharing

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

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