Tot is a new text editor for Mac, iPhone and iPad, and based the cstraints and the ease of use

There are dozens of note taking applicatis for iOS and Mac, including Apple’s Notes app, which ctinues to become more and more powerful, almost every year. The last entry in this crowded field is called Totand it comes from The Icfactory — which, as you know better than the developers of popular apps such as Twitterrific and Linea Sketch.

Tot is available Mac, iPhone and iPad, and it has iCloud support to sync everything all your devices. The Icfactory describes Tot as “your little friend text” and an “elegant, simple way to collect and edit the text.” While other applicatis of note-taking usually focus packing in as much functiality as possible, Tot takes a different approach.

the Mac, Tot can act as a normal applicati with an ic in the dock, and everything, or you can move the menu bar. I chose to keep it in the menu bar for easy access, without giving a space in my dock. The simplest way of describing a Tot as a set of digital -it Notes or a white board your Apple devices.

Whether Mac, iPhone and iPad, and this, Tot is a simple applicati that limits you to ly keep the seven pages of notes. Each note is represented, but a small circle. The idea here is to use this cstraint to avoid the accumulati of countless pages of random notes, many of which you will never go back to after the creati.

The layout is deliberately simple: there is that italic and fat (with ⌘I and ⌘B keyboard shortcut). The text is displayed in a single ft (that you can customize). With Tot, the most important thing is the ctent, not how it looks.

Tot is available Mac, iPhone and iPad, and it has iCloud support to sync everything all your devices. The Icfactory describes Tot as “your little friend text” and an “elegant, simple way to collect and edit the text.” While other applicatis of note-taking usually focus packing in as much functiality as possible, Tot takes a different approach.

I’m a big fan of apps that embrace cstraints such as Tot does. A glance at my Notes of Apple, or Ulysses applicatis goes to show you that I usually create random pages of notes that I’ve let accumulate and, finally, never to return. I’ve been using Tot for a few days now, and I found it to be an excellent alternative that requires me to create a new note when I need it, and to delete or export a note when I’m finished with it.

The layout is deliberately simple: there is that italic and fat (with ⌘I and ⌘B keyboard shortcut). The text is displayed in a single ft (that you can customize). With Tot, the most important thing is the ctent, not how it looks.

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