StickyBrain, the Mac OS X note manager from Chronos is back after a 10-year hiatus. It’s been entirely rewritten from the ground up in Apple’s new Swift programming language in order to take advantage of the latest OS X technologies.
StickyBrain lets users store anything, find anything, fast. Features include a: Note Viewer for managing notes; hierarchical folders for note organization; application attachments (notes float above other windows when application active); the ability to import text files in popular formats; the ability to import notes from Apple’s Stickies app; exporting; printing; Spotlight integration; QuickLook integration, and more.
StickyBrain is like a really big drawer — you can throw all your notes and other information into it, then use the Note Viewer to retrieve anything with just one click. The utility also lets users optionally organize their notes into hierarchical folders and subfolders if they want to take their organization to the next level.
Every note i is searchable and searches are lightning-fast so finding notes is both instantaneous and easy. StickyBrain helps users increase their productivity, save time, and gain unprecedented control over their information.
A fully functional 30-day trial version can be downloaded from Chronos’ web site (www.chronosnet.com). StickyBrain costs US$29.99; a family pack is available for $49.99. StickyBrain requires Mac OS X 10.10 or later.