Boostnote is a note-taking application aimed to meet the needs of code developers: the entries are searchable by tag or by category, and the text editor provides support for Markdown markup and syntax highlighting for more than 100 programming and scripting languages.
All the Boostnote-related activity takes place in a single window that is organized in three columns: the first is reserved for your folders list, the second shows the posts included in a particular category, while most of the space is allocated for the note editing workspace.
The app automatically assigns a different color code for each user-defined notes category, but you don’t have the option to customize them. In fact, besides the toggle finder hotkey, the user has no other personalization options.
The good news is that Boostnote is based on the Electron framework, so it integrates seamlessly with the overall Mac OS X look and feels.
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