Brett and David (Elastic Threads) have just released nvALT 2.1, the latest version of their Notational Velocity fork. A number of updates have been included. A particularly useful addition is the auto-pairing of matched characters. David has also developed extensions for Chrome and Safari, enabling you to create notes from a snippet of text or a whole page.
If you’ve already been using nvALT 2.0 you can up date from within the app, if not get it here. You can read more about the updates here: nvALT 2.1 in the wild, and here: nvIt – Chrome and Safari extensions for nvALT.
If you want to know why you should be using nvALT, read this: Perfect ‘Simple’ Note Making, and this: Notational Velocity – Freedom To Write!
David Halter (Elastic Threads), creator of my favoured NV fork has teamed up with Brett Terpstra, creator of the much coveted nvALT. It is a marriage made in heaven combining all of the great features of both forks.
I didn’t think I could love this app any more than I already do, but nvALT 2.0 adds such a fine array of features while maintaining the minimalist ethic of the original build that it is hard to not be impressed.
To find out exactly why I love Notational Velocity so much, check out the following posts:
You can find out more and download nvALT 2.0 here; please consider supporting the project by donating.