Bear for iOS offers some unique export options above and beyond the standard iOS share sheet. Here’s how to use them.
Instead of rigid folders that require you to manually create them, you can organize Bear notes simply by adding a #tag. Here are a few quick tips about how they work.
It may have a small version number bump, but Bear 1.2.2 brings some not-so-small new features that have been requested by our stellar community.
We are incredibly honored and humbled to announce that Bear has won a 2017 Apple Design Award, and we have you to thank. Yes, seriously-you.
We’ve been hard at work since Bear 1.1 last month, building some great new stuff for both Bear and Bear Pro users. Today, Bear 1.2 is available on iPhone, iPad, and Mac with something for just about everyone.
Ok, maybe we didn’t interview any zoologists. But seriously: 1.1 is, by far, our largest update to date.
We think Bear can help everyone can write better notes, blog posts, lists, stories, and even code, which is why we made its core features free on both iOS and Mac. But Bear also has a Pro version that unlocks even more fuzzy, wet-nosed amazingness.