Mac Notepad is a notepad app with an emphasis on organisation and categorisation. All your notes can be tagged, categorised and easily accessed all within Mac Notepad.
Mac Notepad is similar to Evernote and Notion in that it is made to be an all-in-one location for your notes. It supports multimedia such as images, hyperlinks, multiple fonts, colours and plenty more.
Is Mac Notepad the same as TextEdit?
Macs come with a default text editor called TextEdit. While both offer the same basic text editing capabilities, Mac Notepad is much more full-featured. Mac Notepad's emphasis on organisation includes many handy additional features, such as tagging, categorising and an advanced search feature that enables power users to search using Regular Expressions.
What text-editing features does Mac Notepad have?
Mac Notepad includes support for multiple font faces, font colours and images. Images can be edited directly within Mac Notepad and they can be easily dragged, dropped and positioned as necessary. Its powerful tagging feature allows you to classify, view and export documents sorted by custom tags, making it easy to keep track of related documents at a glance.
Mac Notepad supports a variety of export options, allowing you to export individual documents or group them by tags that can be shared with others. It also supports uploading your documents to the cloud, keeping them in sync and easily accessible between devices.
Collect, sort and organise your notes all in once place
Likely the most notable feature of Mac Notepad is its powerful organisational tools, thanks to features such as tagging and advanced search options. This will be particularly useful for users who tend to have many documents that they need to keep track of. Mac Notepad makes it much easier to sort and find documents all in one place.
The text editing capabilities of Mac Notepad by contrast are relatively primitive. While text and images are supported, there is no support for other multimedia such as videos, charts, graphs and other features that are supported by competitors such as Evernote.