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Craft - Docs and Notes Editor

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4.9
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User Reviews for Craft - Docs and Notes Editor

5
Using it daily now

Wouldn't say it's a killer to any specific app, however, it's good almost great at doing what a lot of other apps do spectacularly. Meaning, if you sort of like Roam but it's not Notion and you sort of like OneNote but it's not Obsidian etc... Craft is for you! It sits in the middle of this noisy noisy productivity app space and just does what they are all trying to specialize in well. Not BETTER, but well, giving you an app that is highly functional, fast, cheap, easy, and just works. Only thing it's missing is the ability to create tables. I still have to go out of Craft if I need to use a sum function or create a pivot table. Once they clone Notion's database function, THEN this will be the killer app that I almost never leave. right now, I'm using it for college notes, writing articles, church notes, meal logs, blood pressure logs, master to do lists. I'm using it multiple times per day. If this is how good it is so early, I can't wait to see whats in store for us in the next 3, 6, 12 months. Highly recommend.

AdSkills founder Justin Brooke, Apr 26, 2021
4
Great concept, albeit with some flaws...

Great ingenuity, creative possibilites... but upon several delves into this app, I began to realize that there are some glaring (albeit not-too-severe) setbacks that I believe stifle this app from being amazing & merely only good. For instance, formatting can be cumbersome, navigation can be tricky, & the layout & workflow can be tricky & clunky. Don't get me wrong- the amount of features and creative possibilities is impressive (esp. for a free note-taking app), but I found myself lingering for many minutes-at-a-time on occasion trying to accomplish numerous formatting tasks that I was figuring would be more fluid only to realize it couldn't be done or was hidden/clandestine behind various icons/preference settings and/or buttons (e.g- font styling/ configuring page layouts). Anyhow... beyond these quirks, a very solid, intuitive app that allows for a myriad of flexible list-devising, table-making, agenda planning possibilities... you just have to get accustomed a wonky/clunky layout before you can reap the rewards of this very beautifully crafted (no pun intended), innovative app.

DarkIllusory, Dec 26, 2021
5
I like this app a lot but...

This is a great app and I use it for formatting and sharing documents. Three things missing from this app that keeps it from being my primary note taker (and worthy of the subscription cost IMO). It doesn’t have a quick entry capability, it doesn’t accept screenshots from the share tray and it doesn’t have tags. I paid for one year to support development.Update from my previous review. First of all I misstated when I said there was no quick add capability because there is a button for a quick add in the app. I’ve just been spoiled by all the apps out there that have the big, colorful Add button like Things and Evernote. As I get more familiar with the app, I’ve found that the “linking/backlinking” capabilities can be used to create a “sort of” tagging system. I mentioned the lack of being able to add screenshots using the share tray. That’s less of an issue for me because I am using this as a writing app vs a note app like Notes or Evernote. The developer has said that these functionalities are coming and based on the current rate of development, I don’t think they’re going to be far off. Thanks for a Great App!

iamuptheroad, Jun 06, 2021
5
Love it

Update: I'm over complaining about the sub. As long as it remains affordable, I'll happily pay. I've been using it for a while now and I havent had a single issue getting anything in or out of the app or website. I have my own space, individual spaces for each of the nonprofits I work for, a record keeping space, and remodeling project space. **All in the same app and I can export in any format you can think of (non-IT, I'm not a tech). The only feature that either does'nt exist (yet), or I can't figure out, is how to sketch. I needed to sketch a layout for a bathroom remodel and had to use Notability for that, screenshot it, and saved for my records. So the ability to do basic sketches would be fantastic but I am greatful for all the features that are included in Craft.*************end update****************At first I was not happy about yet another subscription. I'm still not to be honest. Nonetheless, I played around with the free trial and ended up puchasing a year. I wanted to see if it would actually help me. I'm neuro diverse and the organization capabilities really help me. I am able to organize everything to fit my needs. The "spaces" are amazing. It's unbelievable how something so simple has made such a huge difference for me. The fact that it is so compatible allows me to use it for everything. From building plans, work, play, home organization. I'm grateful to have it and I dont regret my purchase at all.

MurderNote, Jul 08, 2022
4
Amazing

So I’ve actually been using this app for a second now, switching from Notion to this app due to Notions lack of offline capabilities but after using Craft for awhile….it’s almost perfect, it focuses most on the way it’s documents and pages system works. I do miss real tagging but the workarounds work fine once you get the hang of it. I have over 10hrs of notes on here, including my journal and notes for school- if craft died I’d be unsure how to switch to any other note system at this point! The closest is Noteplan 3 which focuses more on task management over notes. Speaking of task management, Craft is best for simple to do lists- I do wish it had more options for tasks, such as repeating tasks and tasks that ‘roll over’ when not finished the day before, also adding events through the app instead of having to use Apple Calendar would be cool (also maybe add options for other calendar types?). These things are minor for me as Craft is a note taking app mostly for my uses, but working on the todo side of things would be a great idea in the future. I have little experience with sharing documents so I can’t comment on that.

Needsleepyghosts, Aug 02, 2022
5
Fantastic Essential App

Took me awhile to grab onto Craft despite all of the buzz, and now it has become my essential app, especially with the recent calendar and daily note integration. This fits the way I think/operate, and my most productive workflow so well, as it has become a place where I can keep a daily log of journal reflections, tasks, phone calls, meetings, etc, while also giving me easily accessible and connectable spaces to dive in and focus on projects, brainstorm, keep and plan long-term someday tasks and keep everything organized. It helps me think, plan and write, which is your mission.....but it really DOES help me do all of that!My only request is for a way to make the app text font size larger and easier to see. The control plus option that I usually use to do this currently functions to transform the text into larger bold headings, rather than to simply make the text larger so that it is easier to see. I can increase font size on the web app using this shortcut, but the web app still lacks many of the app features. For aging eyes looking at a laptop screen on a lap, for example, a way to make the font size larger and easier to see would be so appreciated!!

Rebannford, Jun 05, 2021
4
Good replacement for Evernote -- mostly

I'm a long-time user of Evernote who's constantly searching for a less problematic writing app. For the past 8 months, Evernote has been troublesome, including syncing problems, spinning disk issues when opening the app, disappearing files and other issues. The developers have also added a bunch of nonsense that NO ONE was requested, such as a task function and calendars.Craft is the closest I've found to a solid app that could replace Evernote. It is highly capable, syncs nicely and has a solid preferences menu. It also looks loverly -- the developers have obviously put a lot of care and attention into the app. It also starts up quickly, since it's built in native apps and not some third-party platform like Evernote uses that makes it work more like a web app.The deal breakers for me with Craft were the lack of tags (which I've come to rely on in nearly all my photography and writing work), the fact that it won't work outside of the Apple ecosytem (I have an iPhone 12 Pro Max and a Samsung Galaxy Fold 2) and the lack of tables. If you can live without these elements, Craft will suit you well. As a bonus, Craft costs roughly half of what Evernote is charging annually.

red.planet, Aug 19, 2021
1
Must sign up for an account with the developer! Updated

Updated after develop[er responded:Yes, I know signing in with Apple can hide my email but that does not address the question of why requiring users to sign in in the first place when other similar apps do not requiers this. What is the reason for making the simple process that is already in place that allows users to download, try then purchase an app if they like a bit more complicated by adding an additional setp (signing in) which other developers of similar apps did not think was necessary.Original reviewSeriously? This is the second App I wanted to try in two weeks that requieres me to create an account with the developer before even moving beyond the first screen. My understanding from reading through the developer website that now I can use iCloud to store and sync my data; if this is the case then why do the developer wants to force me to create an account? They could have this requirement only for those who choose to use the developers servers for Sync, storage and sharing. By requiereing this from everyone, they raise the suspecion of harvesting user data which most of us who buy theorugh the App store and use iCloud try to avoid. Unfortunately there is no way I am going to do this, so I guess this it for me. I am truely disappointed.

SBCpp, Dec 05, 2021
5
This is how I've always hoped I could organize my life

Craft was a little bit hard to understand at first (that's on me--they explain everything very well), but once you get the hang of it, suddenly you have a place where you can truly organize your notes, thoughts, life goals, to-dos, all in one app. On top of this, you can layer this organization to your heart's content--if you're a creative type, you can have a "creative" folder with a "lyrics" subfolder with "melancholy" and "funny" subfolders, as well as a "sources of inspiration" subfolder with "quotes" and "aesthetic choices" subfolders within that. Just examples! Moving between these folders is super easy, so it's quickly turned into my personal little hub for all of the ideas I randomly come up with. More than that, it's fairly simple searching things so that if you're ever in a creative rut, you can pull ideas from when you weren't. Honestly I don't think I've scratched the surface of what this app can really do, but I'm really happy I came across it. Beforehand, I was just using my phone's Notes app, and while it was easy enough getting my thoughts down quickly, finding them again or being able to connect them to other thoughts was basically out of the question.Best part (although pretty common for note-taking apps) is that I can write stuff down on my iPhone while out and about, and then expand on those ideas later on my computer--very seamless in that regard!

someartbydan, Mar 08, 2022
5
My hub

Currently seeing how far I can stretch this app to manage all things knowledge. So far, it checks all the boxes so far as essential things to me (links, backlinking). The best thing I like about the app is how it lets you develop endless pages within pages, such that you can create a lot of content while keeping the content discoverable from an organizational perspective. As Federico Vittici said, the app doesn't punish you for making more notes. Three things I would like to have in this app at the moment are (1) E2E encryption, (2) Textexpander support in ios apps, and (3) tags. Lots of people have stated they want table support, and I think that is likely coming. Not so sure about the E2E encryption coming any time in the near future. Also very much like the family sharing and use of "spaces" for collaboration. I downloaded craft on my wife's phone and created a family space where we can create notes and collaborate on them.

WV LWYR, Apr 28, 2021

Description

Craft is a tool for creating beautiful documents and notes and sharing your thoughts. Everything you create in Craft can be shared with one tap. Craft supports inline markdown, backlinks, code snippets, images, videos, attaching PDF files, and rich link previews. ## Available for iPhone, iPad, and Mac! ## STRUCTURED & LINKED NOTES Craft allows you to nest notes within notes - creating your own structure - and making thoughts easier to group and organize.

It also allows you to create links and connections between pages via @page links easily. FRICTIONLESS SHARING & EXPORT With Craft, you can share your content via a link or collaborate with others in real-time. If you decide to export your content, you can choose between many export formats: Email, Markdown, TextBundle, PDF, Print Export. WORKS ON ALL YOUR APPLE DEVICES You can use Craft on iPhones, iPads, Macs - you no longer need to switch tools as you move between devices. ONLINE & OFFLINE Craft works online and offline as well - it always stores all your documents on your device - so these are available independent from your network connection. More than that - you can keep editing these even without an internet connection, and Craft will upload changes once your connection is restored. VISUAL CONTENT AS A FIRST CLASS CITIZEN Most writing apps don’t treat images and videos as first-class citizens. We believe that these are just as an important part of creating and sharing content as text - so we made sure Craft integrates media beautifully. … AND ALL THE SMALL DETAILS We've made sure the Craft is "crafted" so it deserves this name - it's built with love, care, and attention to every detail - with to goal of providing you with a frictionless experience - resulting in you having to only focus on what you want to write - and not fighting the tool. QUESTIONS? Contact us on Twitter at @craftdocsapp or email [email protected] SUBSCRIPTION DETAILS If you choose to purchase Craft Pro, payment will be charged to your iTunes account, and your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. Auto-renewal may be turned off at any time by going to your settings in the iTunes Store after purchase. Current Craft Pro subscription price starts at $4.99 USD/month, and one-month and 12-month packages are available. Prices are in U.S. dollars, may vary in countries other than the U.S., and are subject to change without notice. No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during the active subscription period. If you don't choose to purchase Craft Pro, you can simply continue using Craft for free. Terms of service: https://www.craft.do/terms Privacy policy: https://www.craft.do/privacy

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