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2012
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maniacalrage:

Scratch — Your Quick-Input Notepad

We’ve made loads of apps for clients at Karbon, but this is the first app we’ve made for ourselves. I’m excited to announce the immediate availability of Scratch. We hope it will become your favorite quick-input notepad. It’s crammed full of features like customizable and Markdown toolbars, Dropbox support for appending to existing files or creating new ones, built-in sharing to Twitter and more. It launches lightning-fast, too, and it always jumps right into edit mode so you can start typing right away.

The great thing is Scratch allows you to quickly clear your existing note, but stores all cleared notes in a searchable history so you never have to worry about losing anything. There’s no silly file management to deal with.

Give it a try, we think you’ll like it.

I guess this is as good a time as any to announce that I joined Karbon a few months ago. They’re a talented bunch, and Scratch is a beautiful app. Write notes in Markdown, synced to Dropbox? With a gorgeous, customizable toolbar? For three bucks? I can’t be serious!

Scratch was Shawn's project, not mine, but I did contribute one tiny piece of code: the animation when you delete a note. By my calculations, that alone is worth at least eighteen cents. Go get it.

maniacalrage:

Scratch — Your Quick-Input Notepad

We’ve made loads of apps for clients at Karbon, but this is the first app we’ve made for ourselves. I’m excited to announce the immediate availability of Scratch. We hope it will become your favorite quick-input notepad. It’s crammed full of features like customizable and Markdown toolbars, Dropbox support for appending to existing files or creating new ones, built-in sharing to Twitter and more. It launches lightning-fast, too, and it always jumps right into edit mode so you can start typing right away.

The great thing is Scratch allows you to quickly clear your existing note, but stores all cleared notes in a searchable history so you never have to worry about losing anything. There’s no silly file management to deal with.

Give it a try, we think you’ll like it.

I guess this is as good a time as any to announce that I joined Karbon a few months ago. They’re a talented bunch, and Scratch is a beautiful app. Write notes in Markdown, synced to Dropbox? With a gorgeous, customizable toolbar? For three bucks? I can’t be serious!

Scratch was Shawn's project, not mine, but I did contribute one tiny piece of code: the animation when you delete a note. By my calculations, that alone is worth at least eighteen cents. Go get it.

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