EverNotes is an app template for you to store and edit notes in the cloud, it works with Parse backend so you won’t lose data even after an update, just log in with your own username and password to access your notes.
Have you ever wanted to take notes on a single device, but wanted it to be saved to every other device that you have made your account available on? Do you often alternate between your devices, but want to keep the notes you made in one device, be also available on another device? Evernotes is an application template that will let you develop an application based on this idea.
Cloud-based Evernotes is entirely cloud based, which means that the user won’t lose their data, even after deleting their application or changing their mobile phones. Being on the cloud ensures that all the user’s notes are kept safely, and there is minimal chance of data leakage.
Evernotes has implemented login support by default. This allows you – the developer – to easily implement APIs based on your own web servers, allowing you to customize Evernotes as a web application, and allow custom logins. The user will also enjoy a much more secure than most other notes taking applications on the list. Do note that EverNote isn’t officially supported with your own versions of a Parse server, but it is very much possible. Be sure to visit Parse’s forums to find more information. They have a complete guide on how to set up a Parse server.
The developer can also add custom types of data, provided that they are willing to do the coding necessary for it.
Because Evernotes is built on Parse, it is highly customizable, even at the hands of someone who is not very experienced programming such kinds of applications. Back4App - the variant of Parse this application is based on – makes it even more easy to debug any issues that you might encounter in the future. The community of back4app is very active, and should ultimately save you a ton of time on precious coding, and resources that could well be spent on more pressing tasks like marketing.
Evernotes is a native XCode application, which allows the application to work in many kinds of environments. You can use this application template to easily build an Android and iOS version without really having to do much effort at all. But if you want to build a Windows or desktop version, you might want to have at least basic level of understanding of XCode and building an application for UWS or other desktop platforms.
If, for some reason, you want to add in-app purchases to EverNotes, you can do so. By purchasing an extended license, you will get the option to easily add in-app purchases, and easily make money off your own version of EverNotes. There is a lot of untapped potential with in-app purchases on a note’s application.