Review: Notsu, A Better Note Taking App for iPhone

Posted on July 1, 2010 by

The iPhone is perfect for taking notes, but Apple’s own Notes app has always seemed to be missing some much needed features.  The App Store is full of third party note taking apps with tons of features, but I’ve had a hard time finding one that also keeps the nice look of Apple’s native app.  Recently I discovered Notsu, and so far I’ve been very happy with it.

Notsu has the look of a legal pad in a leather portfolio.  One great feature is that you can create folders for your notes.  You can swipe between different notes within a folder or all the notes.  Another nice feature is being able to search for keywords in your notes.  You can also create tasks and to do lists.  Once a list is created, you can easily sort items using line dragging.  The difference between a list and a text note is that you have the ability to mark completed items.

One really cool feature is that you can exchange notes with other Notsu users by email.  Or anyone can go to their website,, and send you a note or list.

Notsu is only $3.99 for a limited time.  If you’ve been looking for a good note taking app, I strongly suggest for you to check out Notsu in the App Store.

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