Vesper 2.0 was released today and the staple feature is Vesper Sync which allows you to finally sync all your notes to the cloud. The best part? Vesper Sync is completely free to use. No catch, no joke, it's free. Vesper is also coming soon to a Mac near you.
If you already use Vesper, you can sign up for Vesper Sync on your iPhone right now. Just create an account and you're good to go. You may ask what sync is good for if Vesper is iPhone only. And according to the developers of Vesper, that's a fair question -
At this point, Vesper Sync is effectively more of a backup service than a sync service. You can run Vesper on an iPad, though. An iPhone app running on an iPad is far from optimal, but it is something. But the simple truth is that Vesper Sync is an essential first step to a world where there are multiple Vesper clients.
Aside from launching Vesper 2.0 today, the developers have also announced that the next client they'll be working on is Vesper for the Mac.
We have several ideas for future Vesper clients, but we've decided which one we're going to tackle next: Mac. We did the iPhone version first because the iPhone is the one device you have with you everywhere, and we remain convinced that was the correct decision. Ubiquity is essential to a notes app. The Mac, though, is the device where we're most productive.
There isn't currently a timeline for Vesper for Mac and some of it will hinge upon what we see at WWDC 2014. For now you can grab Vesper 2.0 via the link below as well as check out their site for more information on the thought process behind Vesper 2.0 and what is coming in the future.
If you try Vesper Sync, let me know how it works for you!
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Source: Vesper blog