Cheetah Note Pro

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Cheetah Note Pro

Seokhyeon Nam,

Store Category Version Last Update Avg. ratings
Apple Productivity 3.0.0 January 19, 2018 3.9

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Version 3.0.0 released on January 19, 2018
Long-awaited iOS 11 update - Completely redesigned - Universal app - iMessage App - Support Siri - Spotlight search

Version 2.2.3 released on January 11, 2017
- Fix disappearing note bug after doing some activities - Bug fixes

Version 2.2.2 released on January 09, 2017
- Show date and time on exported backup file - Fix crashing on exporting backup file

Version 2.2.1 released on January 08, 2017
- Fixes a bug causing crash on lunching from shortcuts

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App Description

1. Jot Down No tags, no folders, no meta data to taking care of. Just type whatever you want and let Cheetah Note remember it as it is. 2. Organize Browse notes. Archive unwanted. 3. Access Use today widget, iMessage App, Apple Watch App or Siri to quickly access notes. Features - Universal app - Today widget - Share extension - iMessage App - Apple Watch App - Support Siri - Drag and drop - Spotlight search - Reading mode to detect links, phone numbers or addresses - Export and import backup Don't hesitate to send us your opinion! Thank you :)

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Cheetah Note Pro Ranking History | Productivity

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