CintaNotes is a simple and free portable note manager that can be used to store all kinds of text based information. Key features include the ability to capture text from almost any application, auto URL population for webpage captures, Ctrl+F12 quick capture hot key, note retreival simply by typing a word or phrase, exporting to Unicode Text and XML.
- Search history: forward and backward navigation on the search bar
- Search history menu on right click on back and forward buttons
- Add option Tags/Autodeleted by default
- Improved notebook loading and switching performance
- Improved section switching performance
- Improved notes list scrolling performance
- Improved tag renaming, splitting and merging performance
- Improved import performance
- Don't reset filter to keep just edited note visible by default (will affect new installations only)
- Tag sidebar: tags font is now configurable with "app.mainframe.tagsidebar.font" settings file option
- Recycle bin: upon restoring notes, create sections if necessary
- Editor: fixed outstanding stateful text formatting issues
- Tag sidebar: scrolling should stop when mouse button is released
- Editor: "Insert Link" command is disabled when selected text is wrapped
- Editor: vertical tabs are treated as paragraph separators
- Editor: inconsistent behavior of some text formatting shortcuts
- Fix possible crash on import
- Notebook file name in app title turns to lower case
- Tab scrolling sometimes can freeze
- Simplenote sync: fix many causes for crashes and hangs
Reviewing 2.6.1 (Jul 21, 2014)
Happy long time CintaNotes user here (I have a licence for the Pro version). There is a lot I like about the program:
-Tagging functionality (I prefer tags to find content over a non-tagged database and plain text searching, though tags are optional in CintaNotes and it does offer normal text searching as well)
-Program is updated often, and the developer listens to CintaNotes users.
-Stability (I don't think I have ever had the program crash on me once, which is good for data integrity)
There are some things I don't like:
-No file or image attachments, it is text only at the moment (this is a feature on the roadmap however)
-No encryption (again, this is something on the roadmap)
-This doesn't affect me now, but I mention it as it did affect me before I became a licence Pro user: The feature-set offered in the Free version is a bit odd compared to most other programs I am familiar with. The main one being that you can operate multiple databases in the Free version, but cannot access them via the File menu, as you can with virtually every other Windows program (unlocking the other databases section of the File menu is a Pro feature) - instead, you have to set multiple CintaNotes shortcuts to swap between databases.
-The licence price for a Pro licence is quite high for what the program is (a note taking software) - and it is a 12 monthly renewal as well
All in all, I do recommend CintaNotes though - I wouldn't have bought a Pro licence had I not been willing to do so.
Reviewing 2.4 (Sep 19, 2013)
The author disabled that option for a while.
I'm glad he is listening to users.
Looking forward for the android version.
Reviewing 2.4 (Sep 18, 2013)
Simple and useable but with plenty of abilities if you need them. Perfect quick note app for shoving those random snips and notes. HeilNizar - there's a portable zip next to the installer. Something wrong with your eyes.
Reviewing 2.2 (May 9, 2013)
I thought it was improving, but now that they joined portable and installer into one setup, its going down hill.
Reviewing 2.0 (Dec 29, 2012)
From a quick view at the program it has a clean interface and has a good many features. New features are being added presently as the program continues to improve. Overall it is a powerful notes program and is very affordable - pro version, and has a nice set of shortcut keys
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