A compelling write-up from Khoi on the new note taking app on the scene, Agenda. Like email clients, I'm a bit restless when it comes to note-taking apps. I flit between Evernote, Notes, and iA Writer. All of which have their positives, and negatives. For a while, Evernote really worked for me; I bookmarked, made notes, dumped travel stuff in it. But, then the cracks started to appear in the service. The app wasn't upgraded for a while. Task lists didn't behave quite like I wanted.
Notes app from Apple isn't much better. Whilst it's great for the odd shopping list, I find it too 'slim' on Mac OS. I want something a bit more robust that doesn't heavily favour the Apple cod system. But, as Khoi points out, the big attraction to Agenda is the close relationship between notes and dates. Couple that with integrations coming down the line, and an iOS app, this could be something special. Until it gets bought by Microsoft and disappears into obscurity, that is. But for now, I shall continue with my flirtation of different apps to meet my needs and Agenda is next on the list.