Notebooks 8.7.4 has been updated to look good on iPhone X, contains a couple of refinements, and addresses a few issues reported by our users. In detail:

  • The user interface has been adapted to the new screen dimensions and frame margins of the iPhone X.
  • Notebooks can be unlocked with Face ID in iPhone X.
  • Improved layout and size of extra keyboard keys on iPhone. The buttons are slightly larger and moved away from the keyboard, so they should be easier to use.
  • Fixed an issue when moving or renaming task lists and syncing with Dropbox.
  • Maintain custom sort order when completing items in task lists.
  • When using the dark interface, MS Office documents correctly appear black on white.
  • Added HEIF and HEIC to Notebooks’ known image formats.
  • Compatibility improvements for upcoming iOS 11.1.
Notebooks 8.7.4 for iPad and iPhone available on the App Store

4 thoughts on “Notebooks 8.7.4 for iPad and iPhone available on the App Store

  • November 2, 2017 at 10:41 pm

    Still asking for an undo button.
    It’s too easy to erase something and then not be able to get it back.
    Thank you

    • November 3, 2017 at 8:40 am

      Hi Brenda,

      undo/redo buttons have been added to Notebooks a while ago already. They are part of the extra buttons that appear just above the onscreen keyboard. This is a long row of buttons that you can swipe horizontally, an on the last set of buttons you find undo/redo.


  • November 15, 2017 at 7:27 pm

    previous version no longer work on my Iphone 7+ with IOS 11,
    I’m waiting for updated version …. how can I do ? will i have to Pay again ?
    all documents contained would be transferate with the new Version ?

    Thanks for your answers ! (French Version of course ! )

    • November 15, 2017 at 8:59 pm

      Hello Hervé,

      I guess you are referring to Notebooks 6, which is not the previous version, but actually a version that was discontinues four years ago 😉
      For all the details about how to migrate, please allow me to refer you to this article.


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