CloudJot - this elegant notes for OS X. Why yet another note, if there is a standard application? Question not idle. The answer is simple - epplovskie "Notes" are synchronized via iCloud. To access them outside the "apple" of the ecosystem can only be through the bone.
CloudJot stores all the notes on a local disk and Dropbox cloud. This means that access to the records will be with Windows, and Linux-car and mobile phone.
CloudJot looks good. Planners and designers have decided not to deviate from the fashionable skeuomorph, so that the window is very similar notebook from which recently pulled out several pages.
Notebook difficult, always at hand. Access to it can be obtained by simply moving the cursor to the left of the screen. Text formatting support.
Cons have CloudJot few. Application, judging by the reviews, does not work correctly with multiple monitors. The price of the program ($ 10) seems excessive. Notes in Dropbox stored in RTF format (not possible to select the "plain text").
→ CloudJot ($9.99)