If your notes cannot be constrained to #tags of mere individual words, Bear also supports multi-word tags. Here’s how to use them.
Getting things done in Bear by mousing or tapping around is fun and all. But you know what really scratches a bear’s back? Keyboard shortcuts. And we have two paw-fuls of ’em for you.
We coudn’t believe it when we saw the calendar event coming up this week, but sure enough: today marks the first full year of Bear.
When iOS 11 shipped, we were ready with support for drag and drop on iPad. “But wait a minute,” we said to ourselves. “We can go even farther.” Then we went farther.
You can pin your notes to the top of the Note List to have quick access to your most important stuff.
We call Bear “a beautiful app for crafting notes and prose.” But did you know that includes code, too? For starters, you can use Bear to write for the web and use Markdown to add styling like links, bold, italic, and lists, which is easier than writing straight HTML. You can preview your notes as […]
Bear for iOS offers some unique export options above and beyond the standard iOS share sheet. Here’s how to use them.