Award-Winning Productivity App NoteSuite is $0.99 for One Week Only
Minneapolis, Minnesota – Theory.io announces today that NoteSuite for iPad, which debuted in June 2013 as the No. 1-selling iPad and Mac productivity app, is now available for only $0.99 for one week only – its lowest price ever. Normally priced at $4.99, NoteSuite for iPad will be available for this special price until April 30, 2014. NoteSuite for Mac remains at its regular price of $4.99.
NoteSuite is the winner of multiple Editor’s Choice awards, including being named one of the “Best of Mac App Store 2013” by Apple, and has been acclaimed by publications around the world as one of the best digital note-taking solutions for iPad or Mac. Where most productivity apps see 5-10% customer retention, NoteSuite retains more than 40% of its new users, 90 days out.
NoteSuite for iPad helps users stay organized by capturing their notes, to-dos and documents in one organized place. It is the only mobile app to combine full-featured note taking, to-do management, PDF annotation, web clipping, drawing and document organization together in one app. NoteSuite for Mac automatically syncs with NoteSuite for iPad via iCloud and combines note-taking, to-do management, web clipping and document organization.
Available in English, German, French and Spanish, NoteSuite does not require a subscription, and it does not require additional in-app purchases. Once users purchase the app, they can take unlimited notes and use all its features for no additional charge.
Theory.io connects the things you need to do with the information that gets them done. Theory.io was founded by Peter Tamte, who served in executive roles at Apple and Bungie and created MacSoft, the #1 Mac consumer software publisher during the 1990s, as well as Destineer, one of the world’s 25 largest video game publishers during the late 2000s. Theory.io is a privately held corporation based in Minneapolis. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2014 Theory.io. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.
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