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macuser96 commented on 02 Jun 2013
That's EXACTLY what I was looking for for a very long time. Everytime I was asking for an application that lets me collect ideas and/or todos, people told me to use a mind-map and/or a todo-list. They never understood that this was not what I wanted.
[Version 1.0]



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macuser96 reviewed on 15 Feb 2011
This piece of software is the reason why I joined MacUpdate so I can leave a comment and a 5-star-rating. I was looking for a really long time for a software where I can place a short note, todos, ideas, reminders, things like that.

I tried all those sticky note applications out there but I find them not convenient enough or just too ugly. I already liked the concept of Corkboard by Ayluro, Inc. but for me it didn't work well, the performance wasn't smooth enough.
Then I tried all those dedicated todo- and notebook-applications. There are pretty nice ones among them but in most of all cases they do not fit my needs, are too feature-rich or expensive for what I am intended to do with them.

So what do I like about Qu-s?
First of all: It's so elegant! It's appearance is very simple but so well designed. It's one of those examples for a developer not just being a programmer but also a designer.
I like the ability of adding different kinds of bullets and checkboxes to my notes. I mean it sounds so unspectecular but it is not at all self-evident. You can add links and pictures and there even is a quick preview of these things when you hover your mouse over.
You can group notes or collect them in different projects and there is a fullscreen mode, meaning the desktop and all other applications disappear for full concentration on your notes.
And finally the notes appear at one shortkey and they fade to the desktop after a certain amount of time or they even disappear just waiting in the background to be fetched again. Quick and easy.

I'm sure there is potential for improvement but I have to admit that I don't miss anything right now. So I really really hope the developer keeps on the good work and keeps this little but so useful piece of software up to date for the future.
[Version 1.53]



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