on 13 May, 2011 05:32 PM
Yes, even the most basic formatting of text would make this app
a superstar. I already love it and use it for project management.
But not being able to add emphasis to words or phrases makes it
look like a sea of gray copy. Please, please add this.
Thanks so much for this awesome app.
First, I ADORE this app. After playing around a bit to get used
to it, it quickly became my absolute favorite. Even given all the
possible features it doesn't have but are being worked on, it's
actually being worked on, and it NEVER crashes.
Anyway, I have a feature request that's listed within this one
and didn't want to start a new topic for it. The one main thing I
would love is the ability to highlight text. I wasn't clear on your
response to whether the text formatting or highlighting is the
difficult thing. Logically they probably require the same degree of
complication... I just want that one feature so badly I thought I'd
take a chance and ask for claification. :)
I, too, love this app after only using it for a week. I make all
my Bible study notes in it. If it makes a difference, I think many
of us would pay quite a bit extra to purchase an enhanced version
of the ThinkBook app that has text highlighting and/or formatting
I have to second most of what everyone has already said. This
app simply ROCKS! Everything from the beautiful design, to the
thoughtful user interface, to the ease of integration with
DropBox... I LOVE it! I virtually do all my note taking, task
tracking, project management, etc. in ThinkBook.
I would also love to see at least some features to make the text
closer to "rich text". I know... I know, that would be opening the
Pandora's Box- what do you include and when, and what do you leave
out. It's a risky move to modify an app that's already so
But I suggest that not doing it is even riskier. ThinkBook has
been out for a while, and all your competitors have seen it by now
and probably copies whatever they could from it already. They will
leapfrog you by offering new features like rich text that your
uesrs keep asking for (you don't really think they're not
researching what your users like by reading these comments,
I don't know how critical ThinkBook is to you as a product...
but the way I see it, it would be a whole lot more important if it
were bringing you twice as much revenue by being the best app of
its kind on iTunes. And it just wouldn't be that without Rich
I hope to see this feature in ThinkBook soon. And thanks for
this great product!