What's the point in sending all of your notes to every device you own when some notes are only going to be relevant on your phone, or your tablet, or your work computer.
Snipe gives you the flexibility to choose where each note will be sent.
Snipe gives you the option to tag notes and assign dates to notes giving them more context and making them easier to find when you need them.
But notes can also include many other elements that are intelligently pulled from your notes when you open them.
Contacts appear as a separate tab with the ability to call or email from within Snipe. URLs appear in their own tab in Snipe's browser and images appear in their own tab.
Snipe doesn't impose any unnecessary structure on your notes making it a perfect way to capture the details of something that needs to be done today or in the future.
With Snipe's note element concept, including information like URLs and contacts makes it easy to get started on the task when its time to action it.
If your iPad is the device where you do most of your reading, you'll find it a great way to read and consume your notes (especially web page links) collected from other devices during the day.
Send notes from your desktop to your other devices or back the other way. It's when you have Snipe on multiple devices that you benefit most from this unique notes solution.
Initially only for Mac OSX but with other platforms already in the pipeline. The Mac OSX app can be purchased from the Mac App Store.
Snipe will sync whenever the app is open and the device is online, but if you find yourself offline, you can continue to create new notes, read old notes, retag notes or delete them and the next time you're online.
Any changes will be updated to the Snipe server on the next sync.