Take a Note is the perfect note-taker which blends gorgeous looks with functional features. Here is iStore link : (link) From the first look Take a Note seems to be drop-dead gorgeous. But is it also functional? The answer is simple - yes! Although Take A Note lacks some of the features, the app makes up for it with a brilliant design, a clean interface, excellent audio functionality and easy Wi-Fi backup. When you launch Take A Note, the title screen is a weathered, brown leather spiral notebook cover. The tasteful brown and light yellow color scheme evokes an old drawing room or a private detectives office. Take A Note organizes your notes by text, audio, drawing or photo. The app also lets you set up your own categories, such as home or work or any esoteric label you wish. Although I miss YouNotes color-coding scheme, Take A Notes simple checklist-style categorization is a nice feature for keeping notes orderly. You can also add text comments to audio, photo or drawing notes. You can back up your notes easily to any Mac or PC through a Wi-Fi connection. Simply create a new network connection on your desktop or laptop machine, tap the apps Wi-Fi button, enter the username (its always notes) and password (newly generated with each use), and voila! Take A Notes files pop open as easy-to-read text files. Perhaps best of all, this function works both waysif you tap out notes on your laptop or desktop machine, copying them into Take A Note is a simple matter of dragging and dropping a text file into a networked folder. Overall, the price is certainly right and Take A Notes ease of use and a gorgeous interface makes it a truly worthy rival.