If you are looking for a tool to let you write and keep notes online in the most common-sensical way possible, then you should check out SQpad. This app for the minimalist note-taker allows you to write and save stuff online, without the hassle of creating accounts and logging in.
SQpad’s filing system is pretty dry, but that is also a good thing if you are looking for a quick way to file stuff online for later access. Just write something and type in the file name to create a note. You can then go back and search your notes by name and date.
SQpad does not save your account information, but you can still protect a note by setting up a password for it. You can also choose the appropriate syntax highlights for your text, in case you want to save code snippets.
While SQpad may not be the ideal note-taking app for everybody, its straightforward implementation and no-nonsense storage is a plus for those who want to save snippets of text without having to use desktop apps or cloud services that require logins.
- Web app for taking and fetching notes.
- Easy to use, no login required.
- Syntax highlighting available.
- Access private notes using passwords.
- Similar Tools: Evernote Ideas, Paperless note taking apps for the iPad
Check out SqPad @ http://www.sqpad.com