Microsoft OneNote for Mac
Notes managers are fairly popular because they allow you to store small bits of information in a manner that makes them easily retrievable, without having to deal with creating a new document.
Microsoft OneNote pushes things even further by making sure that your notes will be instantly sent to all your devices via your Microsoft account’s cloud storage space.
Microsoft account required and multi-platform support
To be able to use Microsoft OneNote you need to have and active Microsoft account: in the app’s main window you can input your credentials or you can quickly sign up for a new account, free of charge.
Microsoft OneNote can be installed on a wide range of devices besides your Mac: Windows computers, Windows phones, iPads, iPhones, or on mobile devices running on Android. Moreover, your notebooks can be accessed via a web interface, which means that you can view them on any device equipped with an web browser.
Create an unlimited number of notebooks using the inbuilt 'Ribbon' toolbox
Each of your notebooks can have multiple sections and each section can contain more than one page. At the same time, Microsoft OneNote allows you to create numerous separate notebooks and switch between them by making use of a simple drop down menu.
The Microsoft OneNote main window comes with the Microsoft Office Ribbon design that allows you to browse the available tools organized in three tabs: home (contains text processing related functions), insert (allows you to add tables, pictures, date, or date and time markers), and view (enables you to zoom the page in and out, change the page color, and more).
User friendly notes manager with sync capabilities
Microsoft OneNote comes with a streamlined interface that makes the application fairly easy to use. Furthermore, the fact that you can sync your notebooks to all your devices is a great functionality if you are accustomed to work on the go.