A new update of Simplenote for macOS is now available in the App Store! Here’s what’s new in version 1.2.0:
The app’s user interface has been updated to match the new design we implemented previously in the Windows and Linux apps. You’ll find a new toolbar at the top with some new buttons to toggle the tag drawer and share your notes. We’ve also moved the search bar from the bottom of the notes list to the toolbar at the top.
Improved Note Sharing
In the new toolbar you’ll see a new button that will allow for sharing your note to any other app on macOS that is compatible with text sharing:
You’ll also find the ‘Publish to Web’ option there now, which will publish your note to simplenote.com and give you a handy shortlink for sharing.
Search is now more powerful than ever! We’ve matched up the behavior of searching your notes to the iOS app. Now you can search for multiple words in notes, regardless of their order.
The update includes many minor bug fixes and improvements, including:
- The app now uses the native macOS font, San Francisco.
- Scroll positions are saved in the note editor per note and restored when loading the note again.
- Fixed a crash when moving the app from a retina screen to a non-retina screen.
The app is still missing Markdown support, so we are going to get that added in the next update.
Happy noting from the Simplenote team!