What is the NoteIt app and how do you use it?

Do you have a partner or close friend? Want a fun way to send them notes? The ‘NoteIt’ application for iPhone could be worth a detour! Here’s how it works.

Have you ever wished there was an app that made it easy to share notes with your friend/partner – and even have those notes show up right on their iPhone home screen? That’s exactly what the ‘Remark‘ promises to do, and learning how to use it is quite simple. While it can be easy to get carried away with “old” apps like Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, new ones are popping up all the time with fun and innovative ideas.

In 2022 alone, a few apps stood out as particularly eye-catching. Locket Widget exploded earlier this year as a unique way to share photos with friends. Rather than posting photos to social media, sharing them with friends on Locket Widget adds them directly to friends’ home screens. Another app by the name of “Prequel” has also exploded, mainly thanks to its viral comic book filter. There are still a lot of innovations in the field of mobile applications. You just have to look for it.

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NoteThis is another smartphone app that has something special. It was initially released in June 2021, but it wasn’t until February 2022 that the app started gaining popularity. In fact, it became so popular that it was at one point the #1 entertainment app on the App Store – and the #1 free app overall. The idea behind NoteIt is quite simple. Two people download the app, sync their accounts together, then use NoteIt to send notes back and forth. Notes are visible in the NoteIt app and on your iPhone’s home screen (thanks to the NoteIt widget).


How to use the NoteIt app


NoteIt app on iPhone

Getting started with NoteIt is as easy as any other modern app. Open the App Store on your iPhone, press the “Search” button at the bottom of the screen, type “NoteIt” in the search bar and download the application called “NoteIt – Drawing App”. Once installed, open the app, tap “Sign Up” and create an account with your preferred email and password (or tap “Sign Up with Apple” to create an account that way) . Once your account is created, users are prompted to share their “link code” with another NoteIt user. Tap “Share”, choose how you want to send the code and share it with the people you want to use NoteIt with. Alternatively, if someone has invited you to use NoteIt, enter their code in the ‘Already have your partner’s code?’ field. box and press “Link”. Once you or your friend enter the other person’s code and press the “Link” button, both users’ apps will be updated so they can start using it.


From there, using NoteIt is pretty easy. To send a new note, tap the “+” icon in the upper right corner of the screen and create the type of note you want. There are various drawing tools available including marker, highlighter, pencil, eraser, ruler, and lasso tool. Hit the “Save” button once you’re done, and just like that, the note is sent to the other user. Note It is stated that it may take up to 15 minutes for new notes to appear, but they should be available almost instantly.

In addition to viewing notes in the NoteIt app, it’s also easy to have them appear right on your home screen. From any of your iPhone’s home screens, long-press an app or widget, tap “Edit Home Screen”, tap the “+” icon in the top left corner, tap scroll down the widgets page, tap “NoteIt”, choose what size you want, then tap “Add Widget”. Within seconds, the widget should update to display the most recently received rating. And that’s really all there is to it. Download the Remark app, link your account with a close friend or partner and immediately start sending notes to each other.


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Source: App Store

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