Evernote, Google Keep, OneNote… las mejores apps para compartir notas en iOS
Vesper has for years been one of the best note managers that has ever existed for iPhone and iPad. Its simplified design, attention to detail, and directness and efficiency have given the app the position it has. However, in these years both Apple Notes and other alternatives have begun to outperform Vesper , and the developers have had no choice but to shut down the service.
Now the app has become free (it cost 9.99 euros) but from next month the service will stop synchronizing our notes with the different devices where we have Vesper and therefore the application even though it can still be used loses a lot of meaning. It’s time to move on to another manager, and the best way to do this is to start by importing all the notes from Vesper into another service. These are the steps to follow:
- Open Vesper on your iPhone or iPad
- Open the menu and click on Export
- Choose Export notes and photos
- Select the location where you want to save the notes, it is best to do so in an iCloud Drive folder
Once this is done we have a copy of all our notes on the computer and in the cloud . Now we just need to import these notes into another service so that we don’t lose anything and continue to manage our notes as if nothing had happened.
The guys at Ulysses have been quick and have already come up with a tool to export these notes to their platform . If you want all your notes to be saved in Ulysses (one of the best writing tools for iOS and Mac) you can download the tool for free for Mac. Then just open the tool and drag all your notes into it and they’re automatically saved in Ulysses.
Ulysses is a good alternative to Vesper, but not the only one, you can use other services like Apple’s own Notes or even Evernote or OneNote. If you prefer something simpler the best thing to do is download iA Writer, Letterspace, Simplenote or Drafts.