Letterspace is a minimalist app that gives a clean aesthetic to your notes. What makes Letterspace especially convenient is its blue keyboard bar, which allows users to easily scroll through text and land on the exact space they want. Notes can also be archived and grouped with #hashtags and @mentions and synced across your devices using iCloud. 9 different fonts with variable sizes and 7 purchasable themes are also included- Sepia Green, Yellow, Maroon, Cobalt Blue, Matcha Green, Charcoal, and Dark Side to personalize your notes even further.
The Letterspace app takes the basic Notes app and improves it in every way. Now your notes can be organized and polished with ease. To read feedback by real users, scroll below for Letterspace App user reviews.
Letterspace App Pricing and Details
Price: $1.99 – $4.99
Family Sharing: Yes
Devices: iPhone & iPad
Requirements: Requires iOS 7.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus
Decide for yourself if the Letterspace App is a Scam or a Legit after reading the user reviews below
“I finally found myself able to actually touch type on my iPhone last month. It’s become so much easier since iPhone’s auto-correct feature improved. Most of the time, it does the right thing even when I tap on a completely wrong button for every character in a word.” “But there are also times that I have to fix it myself, and the current method isn’t great. Editing text on your iPhone should be easy. This is the problem that Letterspace solves.”
Thanks to letterspace, a new note-taking app for iOS and Mac, for sponsoring BrettTerpstra.com this week. I had actually recently discovered letterspace and was quite impressed before they even signed up to sponsor the blog. I recommend taking a look!
That’s all I have to say, the app really is a great note taking app. Clutter free clean UI and I absolutely love the text marker scrubber that lets you slide the marker through the text to get at that letter you are trying to correct. Keep up the great work!
Letterspace is a complicated app for taking quick notes. I’m not sure if it will have a place in my daily go-to workflow. I use Drafts as my quick scratchpad and send the text off to whatever apps are necessary at the time, and lately I’ve been usingNotefile to get snippets of text from my Mac to iOS.
Like what I see so far, though I don’t think it will replace Simplenote and Byword for my plain text purposes. Sync was not as fast as I’d like, but I’m thinking that’s due to iCloud.
I don’t use this apps because of you can’t change the font to something that’s more your style, and while the app’s default background is a stark white color that can be a bit bright on the eyes. Not working according to Guideline!