Is there any note taking app that could browse through notes easily?

NickCircle

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I like to read my notes, because my notes almost written by myself. It is hard to browse through all my notes one by one when the collection grows. you should click one note’s title in the list to get in and then go back to the list again to select another.

I used iPhone system note, Evernote, PlainText etc, any suggestions?
 

Ledsteplin

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you should click one note’s title in the list to get in and then go back to the list again to select another.
Isn't this how the stock Notes app works? Maybe I don't understand what you're saying. What, exactly, do you want a notes app to do? If you want to scroll up and down to read notes without leaving to tap on the next one, maybe NoteMaster would work. It's $4.99, but has a free version.


NoteMaster - Amazing notes synced with Dropbox or Google Drive by Kabuki Vision, LLC
https://appsto.re/us/7VEWr.i
 

NickCircle

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Isn't this how the stock Notes app works? Maybe I don't understand what you're saying. What, exactly, do you want a notes app to do? If you want to scroll up and down to read notes without leaving to tap on the next one, maybe NoteMaster would work. It's $4.99, but has a free version.
Yes. That is how the stock Notes app works. But I believe there would be something
special like use some kindle of gestures or other method to switch notes one by one.
Thank you very much for your recommendation, but the problem is still there.
It seems I have to do some research by myself. I will come back later.
 

NickCircle

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I searched “note taking” in appstore and checked the first 100 apps.
At last, I found two with good quality.
Check Pad&Quill and Notescroll
Pad&Quill — swipe left to right to switch to next note.
Notescoll — also swipe to browse, display all notes like iBook. (I like this one better)
 

MrMike6by9

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