Nottingham
Nottingham
3.0.3

3.0

Nottingham free download for Mac

Nottingham3.0.3

18 November 2016

Lightweight, simple to organize notepad.

Overview

Nottingham is an elegant notepad for OS X. Designed to be lightweight and easy to use, it's a breath of fresh air perfect for storing whatever is on your mind. Best of all, it keeps your data safe by syncing to your iPhone and the Web via Simplenote.

Features
  • Lightning-fast search across even the largest library of notes.
  • Organize your notes with @tags.
  • Create [[WikiLinks]] between your notes.
  • Store your files as plain text notes so you can easily sync with Dropbox.
  • View fully customizable Markdown previews of your notes. (Coming soon!)
  • Completely keyboard navigable - no mouse needed.
  • Version 3.0 is completely rewritten from the ground up in Swift 3 to take full advantage of macOS's newest features and to lay a solid foundation for future improvements.

What's new in Nottingham

Version 3.0.3:

Note: Now requires a 64-bit Intel processor

  • It's now super easy to insert a wiki link to another note. When editing a note, just press ⇧⌘W to pop-up a list of matching note titles you'd like to insert
  • Nottingham now supports editing HTML and Markdown file formats
  • Changed the "Delete Note" hotkey to ⇧⌘Delete so it no longer conflicts with the standard system ⌘Delete (delete to the begging of the current line)
  • Increase the frequency that Nottingham checks for updates
  • A good number of other bug fixes

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How would you rate Nottingham app?

17 Reviews of Nottingham

Knowhowe
31 August 2010
Version: 0.98

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Weird name. Maybe something to do with Robin Hood stealing from the rich- $20 for a notepad? Sure seems like highway robbery to me.
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M-Caravaggio
29 November 2016
Version: 3.0.3
Ok Tyler... I'm glad this is being updated, and the new design/ layout looks very nice & clean as does the font design but it seems at this point to lack a number of features it previously had in v. 2.1.3... 1: When editing/ formatting a note the Format > Font menus are now non-functional, as is the system font panel - hence text can't be formatted (font size/ bold/ italic etc) 2: No way to add 'tags' or 'pin' notes as previously, nor any way to colour them. 3: No option to display the note list above the current note as previously. 4: Re: Hiding the note list at the side: To be useful this needs some kind of KB shortcut that does this or a UI button or something. I'd be happy to pay £10 for this if you brought back/ implemented the above. = Yes it's a paid app with 14 day trial now...
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Zx81
15 November 2016
Version: 3.0.2
Nottingham is not free any more : 14.99$
The app is not mentioned in their FAQ page.
Is it really supported?
The app appears to "wake up" at the same time as nvAlt.
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Dolphinboy2u
24 October 2013
Version: 2.1.3
Alas, Nottingham appears to be abandoned, with no updates for over a year. Tyler seems to have moved on from this project. Simplenote became enormously important to me two years ago as a repository for all kinds of personal data, synced across multiple devices. I used to base my Simplenote access in Nottingham, and it was great, but then moved to Justnotes when that became a paid app (and became much more capable, too), so I don't miss Nottingham. But, for a time, it was a great program for my needs.
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3.5
Bigboysdad
06 November 2011
Version: 2.0.7
All I'd like is to be able to access my notes from the menu bar without having the app taking up Dock space. You can't do that with Notational Velocity but you can't really complain about that as that's free. I'm a bit surprised that Nottingham, which isn't free and should have superior features to NV, doesn't allow you to just run it from the Menubar. In that regard, I'll have to stick with Justnotes, a simpler free app which also syncs with Simplenote and works just from the Menubar. If this seemingly simple functionality becomes available with Nottingham, I could then think about switching.
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misterjspencer
14 October 2011
Version: 2.0.7
I would love to give this app more but I am using it instead of voodoo pad as a comparison because I need something that takes notes and syncs acros all my macs, so I h=gave this a tryout. I started by importing longhand the notes I had until i realised that Nottingham just stores everything as a text doc and I could export from anything into text and then drag it to the Nottingham folder. Some import export explanation might have been useful here. Then I came to look at how intuitive Nottingham is and it isn't. Its just a framework for list a bunch of text documents in a folder. Whilst it has some wiki capability it leaves no trail and is not easy to navigate between notes. This is its downfall. I click on a link between notes, and a link again, I want to easily get to the first note but can't. Its an interesting app but needs a lot more work, yes it syncs using simplenote (itself a bit of a rip-off) but voodoo pad it is not its more a sort of edgies in a box with a little wiki thrown in.
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dan-A
11 October 2011
Version: 2.0.7
I'd love to review Nottingham but after paying for it, it won't download. I keep getting a black page which starts to begin a download but never gets there.
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Danny-Yo
11 October 2011
Version: 2.0.7
I read that this app will sync with MobileMe. Does this mean that it will sync over the air to my MobileMe notes, thereby any changes will appear in my iPhone notes app, and in Mail's notes, for that matter? Thanks
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5
pengii23
11 October 2011
Version: 2.0.7
The dev responded quickly to any questions I had. This really is an excellent notepad app and the ability to sync with my iPhone and the web is really a nice feature. Also, I just love how I can see other notes I have in the nice crisp sidebar... it just works perfectly for what I need on my desktop to jot simple notes in class as well as draft up instructions that I need to remember on a regular basis. This works perfectly because it is all easily accessed in that crisp sidebar I mentioned earlier. All in all, I really have enjoyed using this app and honestly, for the 8.99 I got it for here on MacUpdate, that was practically a steal considering the price I have paid for many other programs for organizing my to do list and what not that are 5x as pricey. This was just what I needed to manage simple to-do lists along with notes for my engineering classes in college so I couldn't ask for anything more. Thank you MacUpdate for the steal of a price and thank you dev for creating such a wonderful app and for supporting it with your quick response time and for your helpful responses!
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4
macfr3d
11 October 2011
Version: 2.0.7
idiotic I cannot change my rating after i accidentally clicked on the stars ... I DO NOT RATE THIS 4 STARS because i don't own it...
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4
Dogboi
11 October 2011
Version: 2.0.7
I'm a big fan of Nottingham. The markdown support is a feature I especially appreciate. $20 hardly seems like a huge price to pay for a great app, especially when the developer is so quick to respond to bug reports and feature requests. I tried using Notational Velocity and JustNotes, but I'm glad I discovered Nottingham.
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4.5
Serchgt
27 September 2011
Version: 2.0.7
If money is your concern, there is National Velocity. It maybe a little overrated, but is easier, cleaner and with better looks than NV. With a few extra features than NV too. Is the perfect easy notepad. Simple. I have tried a lot of notepads (including NV), textedit, those complex like Smultron or TextWrangler, which all are fine in what they do, but this is marvelous. I was looking for a simple notepad (I make lots of copy/paste on my everyday work) so I used to have lots of textedit windows. I need to save in txt files, and autosave. I even can sync my notes to my iPhone!! On Lion with the Full Screen View, perfect for my everyday work!
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Iangreig
07 April 2011
Version: 2.0.1
The licence fee of $20 does seem a lot when substantially the same app, Notational Velocity, is free and open source, and an excellent fork of it, NVAlt, which uses a very good implementation of Markdown and Preview, is also free. I would get the latter http://brettterpstra.com/project/nvalt/ and think about giving the developer, Brett Terpstra, a voluntary donation if you think it's as good as I do
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paulrudy
06 April 2011
Version: 2.0.1
This app is so much "in the spirit of Notational Velocity", as the description says, that it looks from my perspective like more of a near replica, including the fact that it has added some of the recent new features of NV, such as widescreen and tagging. And Notational Velocity was first, is still being developed, and is free (but I'm sure would happily accept user's donations for having developed this style of app first).
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Knowhowe
31 August 2010
Version: 0.98
Weird name. Maybe something to do with Robin Hood stealing from the rich- $20 for a notepad? Sure seems like highway robbery to me.
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Helen-Pop
14 February 2010
Version: 0.92
And more: just genius app icon!
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Helen-Pop
14 February 2010
Version: 0.92
Great speed-note taking app. Great conception, stolen from Notational Velocity :) Though author is not conceal this. More cleaner is my opinion.
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Macmaria
08 January 2010
Version: 0.89
After trying Nottigham I'm not convinced to buy it since it lacks some fluity on syncing and the interface is very basic. On syncing with SimpleNote I much rather prefer JustNotes which has a better interface, better syncing, send to Mail and shortcut access... Note: This preference has nothing to do with JN being donatioware (v. shareware). http://selfcoded.com/justnotes/ For now I'll rate it 3, since it works as advertized and allows Markdown. More features and maybe in the future I'll rate it higher.
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