Xby nonzerosumness iPhone iPad Productivity Requires iOS 15.2, iPadOS 15.2
It’s like a pinned note, in its own app, for important things that you want to keep in the forefront of your mind.
Featuring beautiful typefaces.
The app feels like just 1 note (but you can create up to 10 infinite pages).
It’s fast and easy to edit.
The interface is unobtrusive and buttons and menus are placed low on the screen so you don’t have to reach for them.
You can mark lines by giving them a color and by making them italic.
There is extra spacing between lines, for clarity.
You can add a widget to your Home Screen and Lock Screen that shows the line that was last selected during editing in the app.
Each page is saved as a plain text file, in iCloud Drive or only locally on your iPhone or iPad.
Text and links can be added to a page in the app from inside other apps using the Share button.
X does not require an account, works offline, and does not collect any data.
If you have Share With App Developers turned on in iOS or iPadOS Settings > Privacy & Security > Analytics & Improvements, we receive App Analytics from Apple that do not personally identify you.
If you want your files in iCloud Drive to be end-to-end encrypted, please turn on Advanced Data Protection in iOS or iPadOS Settings > Apple ID > iCloud > Advanced Data Protection.
To add a new line, pull down when you’re at the top of a page.
Easily move lines up ↑ or down ↓ with a tap.
Quickly undo or redo changes with a tap.
Tap the ⋯ button above the keyboard for more line options, such as adding the date and time.
List markers (like ‘•’) and spaces starting a line automatically get added to a new line below it.
A URL scheme allows you to go directly to a page or to a specific line on a page.
Gestures to Know:
Swipe left or right on a page while editing to move the insertion point from word to word.
To move the insertion point on iPhone, touch and hold the space bar and move around while keeping your finger on the screen. To move the insertion point on iPad, touch 2 fingers down on the keyboard and move around while keeping them on the screen.
Swipe to the left with three fingers on a page to undo and to the right to redo.
Tap on a page with three fingers to show a menu with cut, copy, paste, undo, and redo options.