So let me see if I get the order of events of the Chronos disaster correct. Way back when Chronos released a so-so program called Stickybrain. Then the next iteration was SOHO Notes, which, as of the last version released, was fantastic IMHO, and I used it to store thousands of notes, PDFs, and other files. It started to languish, and in 2012, I received an email from Chronos saying that SOHO Notes wasn't dead, but was going to be re-released as Notelife in the near future. Then nothing for several years, and SOHO Notes stopped working with the newer OS's released by Apple. Then a couple of years ago, Chronos releases a "new" app called Stickybrain, which was not very good, and had no compelling features over Apple's own Notes app. Then it disappears from production. And now Chronos releases Notelife, which was what SOHO Notes was supposed to evolve to, but instead, THIS looks exactly like the inferior Stickybrain they tried to unload on us a couple of years ago. Seriously Chronos, do you have ANY faithful users left? After the Stickybrain mess they released a couple of years ago, I have left Chronos and ANY apps they make and am happily using DEVONthink Pro. You have screwed this loyal customer for the last time.