* Free trial version of ThoughtPad available (ThoughtPad Free). They are the same app but ThoughtPad Free lets you try before you buy. *
ThoughtPad was designed for the person who needs to write things down. People who are emailing themselves long lists will also find this app useful.
ThoughtPad is a notepad designed for organizing notes with a simple one level hieracrhy. Organizing notes is as quick and easy as capturing.
I created it after realizing that I was using the Notepad app to write down ideas in bursts. Instead of adding notes to one giant list, I wanted to create new notes.
ThoughtPad takes the best elements of the default NotePad app and the Mail app. It's the Notepad app with the batch editing actions of the Mail app. This means you already know how to use all the main features.
The problem with existing Notepads with folders is that you are presented with a list of folders that you previously created. With ThoughtPad, you create folders on the fly so you'll never have to interrupt your thought process to create a folder. You can also create folders in advance and tap to the right of the folder label to create a note in the folder.
Email is used to transfer notes (there is no syncing). I called it ThoughtPad because each thought gets its own note.