A simple and intuitive application that allows you to easily write down important text notes and keep them safe through a password protection mechanism.
Furthermore, Notepad enables you to set up a password for each document: whenever someone tries to open the database, the user defined password is required. The feature is easily accessible via the File menu.
By default, each time you launch Notepad, the app will display the startup panel where you can view the recently edited documents. If you choose to disable the panel, you can access the latest processed documents from the File menu.
The Notepad interface is quite easy to use: a sidebar allows you to browse the notes by category, but you can easily disable it and view/edit the entries in slideshow mode. Other options include the possibility to change the font color and style, to check the spelling of your text or to send the data directly to the printer.
Notepad includes a search bar that will help you find specific terms used in your entries. Take into account that the app performs the search only within the currently selected category. Due to the Regular Expression algorithm, Notepad will also display entries that contain only a part of the searched expression: you do not have to know the exact term.
All in all, Notepad provides a simple and organized environment for storing your ideas while the extensive drag and drop capabilities make the app extremely easy to use.
Reviewed by Iulia Ivan, last updated on October 25th, 2013
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What's New in This Release:
- Small bugs fixed.
- Added shortcut to “Welcome Window” menu and moved it under the “Window” menu.
Application descriptionNotepad is an straightforward OS X note pad application that helps you copy and save any fragment of text you might ne...