Tagged: bear

Spark Email app for Mac

Spark for Mac Adds 3rd Party Integrations; iOS App Adds Touch ID & PDF Expert Integration

If it wasn’t clear from the myriad of articles we’ve published here already, we’ll just spell it out: We’re huge fans of Spark, the fantastic email app from Readdle. With a presence on iOS and macOS (and, hopefully soon on Android), Spark’s incredible set features, sync that works, and integration with other Readdle apps is already helping millions work better and easier. The newest round of updates being added today to Spark for macOS and iOS are going to supercharge...

Bear

Bear App’s 1.2 Update Adds Sketches and Custom Icons

The mighty Bear app continues to impress us with every release. The already stellar and versatile notes app got better with its v1.1 update released just a couple of months ago, and now the developers have landed another massive feature in the app — sketching. Sketch Bear app has been updated to Version 1.2 today and you can now add sketches to your notes in the app. While inside a note, you can tap the squiggly line glyph to invoke...

Bear

Bear’s 1.1 Update is like a Nice, Warm Hug

We written about Bear here on Beautiful Pixels, so we’re sure you’re aware of how much we love this versatile, powerful, and scrumptiously designed note-taking app. ShinyFrog, the developers, have just launched version 1.1 of their pride and joy, and it is a delight to behold. Besides the usual bug fixes, the devs have added several new features, including better tag management, a new theme, more fonts, syntax highlighting (particularly useful for programming), expanded export options (including TaskPaper), better import...

Bear

Bear — An Exceptionally Elegant Notes App for iOS and Mac

Ah, Evernote… How the mighty have fallen. Once the automatic choice for everyone who wanted a digital repository, Evernote has fallen from grace since their new pricing strategy came into effect last year. One of the greatest advantages Evernote had was that although the Free tier (Evernote Basic) did not include all the bells and whistles of ‘Plus’ and ‘Premium’ tiers, it still allowed multi-platform sync on as many devices as you owned. That changed last year, with it being...