FiveNotes (formerly known as Quick) is a small text editor that you can always access by clicking (or pressing shortcut keys) on its mtatus-bar icon, even if you’re working in a full-screen app. If you prefer, it can stay on top of the window so it can be used as a cheat-sheet app. FiveNotes offers exactly 5 notes that can be switched using colourful circles under the text area or by pressing shortcut (Cmd+Shift+[ and Cmd+Shift+] or Cmd+number-of-note).
The application supports basic markdown formatting so your notes are clear. FiveNotes markdown includes headers, bold and italic text, quotes and lists (started with * or – character). It’s a great app for people who create small text files to write simple, temporary notes. You don’t have to worry about files, their names and saving them. What you write in FiveNotes remains there. If you need to write something quickly (for example a phone number) just open FiveNotes and write it.
- New name: FiveNotes
- Support for basic Markdown
- Exactly five notes (rather than only one)
macOS 10.12 or later, 64-bit processor