Bear vs nvALT and 1Writer for notes
Quick Notes with nvALT and 1Writer. The perfect setup for notes on macOS and iOS.
I’m on a mission to eliminate all my subscription apps. I only have two more to go. Those would be Bear and Ulysses. Why? I just don’t want to pay for an app over and over year after year especially when I already have other free and paid alternatives that work just as well for … Continue reading No more subscription apps
It sounds like the successor to nvALT is finally on its way. According to Brett, it is codenamed nvUltra. The final name to be determined later. You can sign up for the email list, and get notifications and beta access as it comes out by signing at the bottom of Brett’s post over on his … Continue reading Brett Terpstra and nvUltra
There’s a new notes app out called the The Archive. If you have used Brett Terpstra’s nvALT this app will look very familiar to you. Gabe Weatherhead at MacDrifter The Archive is designed around what Notational Velocity and later nvALT brought to the Mac: Fast, reliable search with ease of creation. As both of these … Continue reading The Archive – a new notes app for Mac
Last September I wrote about making a permanent move from nvALT to Bear for notes and lists. Since then I have gone all in with Bear. The first year of my Pro subscription was up in December and I renewed it for another year without hesitation. Now I’m experimenting with Bear as my app for … Continue reading There’s one thing in Bear app that really bugs me
I’ve been using nvALT for notes since I started using a Mac. Yes, I’ve tried other options but have always ended up coming back to nvALT. I’ve written a few posts about nvALT on this blog in the past. Today Brett posted that he had been having problems getting nvALT to work with High Sierra … Continue reading On its last legs?
Brett Terpstra recommended this article in Web Excursions for July 14, 2017. An in-depth look at the current state of the question “Can iPad really replace my laptop?” This is an excellent article that will help you decide whether an iPad or MacBook is better for you. Can iPad replace my laptop? by Joshua Carpentier … Continue reading Can iPad replace my laptop?