Originally Posted by nick101
Another one, if your tastes run that way, is iThoughts (iPhone)/iThoughtsHD (iPad).
It's a mind mapping note taker - graphic outlines - which is not for everyone. But it's quick to take notes, you can use the keyboard or your fingers to meove things around, include attachments, add tasks etc. No rich text formatting.
Fabulous range of output options, including text outlines. Share via email, Dropbox and so on. I use it a lot.
Thanks for this review. I have read about iThoughts before, it does sound like a great tool.
Originally Posted by m00min
This seems like a good thread for me to add my first post
I use Eaglefiler for taking notes / organising information on my mac, it doesn't store files in a database so apparently doesn't suffer the slowdown you get when using something like Together, (I've not got that much stored in it yet so I can't verify this personally).
For iPhone notes I use Elements and sync the Eaglefiler files folder via Dropbox. As I mostly use plain text with markdown I can edit files I've created in Eaglefiler in Elements.
Thanks, and welcome to MR!