Project Build has introduced CocoaNotes 1.0 (http://tinyurl.com/nqbhz65) for Mac OS X. It’s a multi-platform rich text editor that stores and manages notes in folders, leveraging iCloud’s preferred document based synchronization technology.
You can store all notes and folders using iCloud and access them on all your Apple devices — or you can choose to store notes only on one device without iCloud. CocoaNotes allows users to style documents using formats, which are also synced over iCloud. The app lets you automatically synchronize your notes, folders and formats between all your devices. CocoaNotes supports Mac, iPhone and iPad.
CocoaNotes 1.0 requires mac OS X 10.9 or higher and is available worldwide at the Mac App Store in the Productivity category. The basic app is free, but you’ll have to make an US$4.99 in-app purchase to unlock unlimited notes and folders.