Atlantic Beach, Florida – Tropical Software has announced that TopXNotes 1.7.4 with NoteSync is now available. Version 1.7.4 is our most stable, easiest to use version of TopXNotes. With performance enhancements, bug fixes, and a NoteSync process that is a snap to set up, TopXNotes will keep your notes synchronized between TopXNotes for Mac and TopXNotes Touch for iPhone and iPod touch. TopXNotes 1.7.4 includes new support menus, Help updates and a bug fix. It is also signed with our Apple issued Developer ID to conform with Mac OS X 10.8 (Mt. Lion) Gatekeeper standards. We strongly recommend the update for a better experience for organizing your iPhone notes and Mac notes.
TopXNotes- The Clutter Cutter
Tired of all those loose bits of information spread all over your hard drive in multiple documents requiring opening multiple apps to see them? Opening many apps sucks up your valuable Mac memory and slows it down. Tired of trying to remember which note was written in which application, and where you put it? Use TopXNotes to import all your notes and organize them all in one place with the option to password protect and encrypt sensitive information.
TopXNotes- Your Personal Information Organizer
Use TopXNotes advanced drag and drop to create notes from any other text application, or to drag import entire text and/or drag import entire RTF documents. Or use cut and paste from other applications. Once the information is created, use TopXNotes’ category system to create categories (with colors, icons and names) that meet your needs, or file in folder-like groups. Have one for home, one for office, and one for school, or a car project, or recipes, or anything at all.
Then use our unique Finder-like NoteOrganizer to organize your notes and quickly find things. TopXNotes NoteOrganizer lets you sort your notes by name, note page number, date created, date modified or category. You can also rapidly reverse sort or instantly switch between multiple NoteOrganizer display layouts.
TopXNotes- MultiView Convenience
Use TopXNotes’ unique MultiView feature to view more than one note at once in adjacent views. Think of it like opening a book to multiple pages at a time. Or just look at 2 pages, or a single note, or just look a the NoteOrganizer. There are many different ways to configure TopXNotes and you can do so instantly as you work.
TopXNotes- MultiView Editing
Using MultiView speeds up note editing by making comparing notes, rearranging information from one note to another, combining notes, separating a long note into 2 or more notes, and other tasks simple. While you work, TopXNotes sliding Text toolbar, automatically hoovers right above where you are typing.
In addition to helping edit your notes, TopXNotes MultiView allows you so show multiple notes on a theme at once. You might have a shopping list, budget and websites in adjacent notes for shopping for instance. Or you might organize the day by having a list of calls, a list of errands, a project outline, and today’s ToDo list side by side. There is no end to the combinations you will find useful.
TopXNotes- QuickNotes at your fingettips
Once you have your notes organized, prioritize them with TopXNotes QuickNotes feature. Just check the QuickNotes category for your most critical information and now that information will be in the QuickNotes menu accessible from a little global floating window. Whether you have many windows open or the TopXNotes main window minimized, your QuickNotes are always instantly accessible from the desktop or from the TopXNotes Dock menu for your convenience.
Once you have your notes organized be sure to use our password protection to encrypt those notes with sensitive information, or you can set a password to shield all your notes from prying eyes. In this fashion you have easy access to all your information, including the sensitive items.
TopXNotes Sync- Notes “On the Go”
Use TopXNotes Mac and its mobile partner, TopXNotes touch (for iPhone notes, iPad notes and iPod touch notes) to take those notes with you that you want while you are away including shopping lists, to-do lists, directions, or anything you want.
TopXNotes was awarded 4 out of 5 mice by Macworld magazine in their “Summer of Mac Gems” series of reviews, by Macworld Australia, and recently by Macworld UK. TopXNotes was rated “9 of 10” by Macsimum News (now part of MacTech), and highly rated by the Macintosh Guild and Mac360.
TopXNotes- Macworld Review
Macworld praised the TopXNotes “clean, single window interface that puts controls for highlighting and marking up your text right at your fingertips,” as well as for its “killer” QuickNotes feature.
TopXNotes- Mac User Group Review
Sue Beal, president of the Upper Keys (Florida) Macintosh Users Group calls TopXNotes “Inexpensive, unobtrusive, and just plain handy.”
Ron Mc Elfresh, of Mac360 stated: “I’m a notes freak. I have notes on everything. From to-do items to code snippets to tasks and projects to article ideas. Here’s an understated, unloved, deceptively powerful notes app worthy of some Mac love…it’s loaded with user features that set it apart from other note taking apps. TopXNotes is deceptively powerful and flexible, probably because the interface is immediately familiar.”
Pricing and Availability:
Try Tropical’s reliable TopXNotes 1.7.4 to “get organized” today! TopXNotes 1.7.4 is available for $39.95 (USD) from the Tropical Software web site and many Macintosh resellers. TopXNotes 1.7.4 is a free update to customers who have already purchased version 1.5 or later.
Tropical Software makes the award-winning TopXNotes, a modern personal Macintosh note manager with state of the art proprietary encryption technology for the ultimate in securing personal information. Located in Atlantic Beach, Florida, Tropical Software is managed by former Apple employee James Lee, and is dedicated to improving the lives of its customers by offering easy to use productivity software for Macs and Apple touch devices including iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Copyright (C) 2012 Tropical Software. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod, iPad and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.