Notebooks 11 is a major upgrade. It introduces iCloud Drive support, an optional Solarized user interface, extended editing functions for plain text and formatted documents, an option to use colorized syntax highlighting for Markdown and more. Notebooks 11 is a free upgrade for all users of Notebooks 10.
Notebooks for Mac 2.3.3 contains a few corrections and minor improvements.
Notebooks for Mac 2.3.1 fixes several issues, introduces Soft Return to formatted documents, adds auto complete and suggestions when adding internal links in formatted documents, and more.
Notebooks 10.2.2 introduces support for Soft Return, which, for example, allows you add newlines in lists without actually starting a new bullet. It also addresses several issues.
Notebooks for Mac 2.3 has a brushed up user interface, is compatible with macOS Big Sur, runs natively on Macs with Apple Silicon, improves Wiki Links and introduces Backlinks, and adds many more improvements and corrections.
Notebooks 10.2.1 is a minor update which mainly addresses a few issues regarding formatted documents, but it also adds a few nice improvements.
Notebooks 10.2 introduces new document icons, moves deleted items to a Trash, features strongly revised formatted documents, improves Wiki Links and introduces Backlinks, and adds many more improvements and corrections.
In January 2020 we released Notebooks 10 as a paid upgrade from Notebooks 8. At the same time we discontinued Notebooks 8 and removed it from the App Store. This means that there cannot be any updates to Notebooks 8 … Read more
Notebooks 10.1.1 for iPad and iPhone contains corrections and improvements.
Notebooks for Mac 2.2 is a major update and includes many new features and improvements.