Download size< 1 MB
- Windows Phone 8.1
- Windows Phone 8
- Windows Phone 7.5
- data services
- web browser component
- HD720P (720x1280)
- WVGA (480x800)
- WXGA (768x1280)
Supported languages (1)
English (United States)
Feather Notes is a rich Simplenote client for Windows Phone which allows to share notes across all your devices. Feather Notes stores all your notes on the phone so that you can access them even when you don't have a network connection so you can create and edit notes wherever you are. Feather Notes will sync all your changes once you are back online. Feather Notes also lets you tag and search notes as well as pin your favourite notes so you can find your most important notes quickly. Feather Notes also has a rich text editor that supports the Markdown format for instant formatting. Feather Notes supports headings, bold, italic text as well as auto completion for numeric as well as bullet lists. You can also pin the editor to the start screen in order to instantly jot down your thoughts. Feather Notes is free and ad-free.
12/30/2014Far and away the best Simplenote client. I use it for everything, and I need tags to navigate my massive collection.
7/11/2014Wonderfully connect to Simplenote on other Apple devices, thank you. Nice and clean UI.
7/5/2014I love the speed of syncing, and the layout. But as others have mentioned, scrolling larger notes isn't very good, and editing notes longer than a single screen full of text is buggy. Place the cursor at the end of the last line of your existing note, press Return to start a new line, and the cursor jumps to some other random point in the note. Makes editing existing notes bothersome. Other than that, it's the best of the simplenote clients I've found so far.
1/28/2014i like its simplicity.
2/2/2013So far I think it's great. Whatever the scrolling issues were (which other reviewers mention below) they seem to be resolved. Syncs quickly after the first long sync. Nice, clean interface. I have no complaints yet!
10/17/2012Looks like it would be a good app, but scrolling really is so horrible as to make it unusable.