What’s Coming Up Next? – Tom Bluewater Introducing AngryNotes for iOS

iOS Swift iPhone iPad AngryNotes

TOKYO (Tom Bluewater) – It’s hot! And I’m angry. I’m so angry that I’ve decided to create a new iOS app in SwiftUI. The app that I spent three days in developing is called AngryNotes. Well, I just submitted it to App Store a few minutes ago. So it won’t be available for another two or three days.

AngryNotes is a plain text viewer and editor for iOS users. I don’t quite like Apple’s Notes for iOS in some respects. Notes lets you read and write text at the same time. So you can end up losing one when in fact you intend to select and copy a word. And it’s RTF-based. So you can end up with a mixture of regular and bold text styles if you copy and paste text from some web site. And my list goes on and on.

So here comes AngryNotes. It lets you read and write notes but not on the same board. AngryNotes is a plain-text reader. And you won’t end up losing a word or more when you just want to select and copy some segment of text. AngryNotes supports the contextual menu. When you read notes with it, you can select different text sizes and fonts. 

iOS Swift iPhone iPad AngryNotes

Tom Bluewater
  iOS Swift iPhone iPad AngryNotes

Tom Bluewater


  1. Read and write notes as plain text.
  2. Change the text size with the contextual menu when you read notes.
  3. Select a font with the contextual menu when you read notes.
  4. Change the order of appearance when you have two or more note tabs.
  5. Copy the entire body of text with a tap of a button.

System requirements

  1. iOS 16.0



Version history

Version 1.0.2 (Released on August 15th, 2023)

  1. The app fails to save changes when the user change the order of appearance.

Version 1.0.1 (Released on August 14th, 2023)

  1. The user can dismiss the keyboard by tapping the screen while viewing text.
  2. The color of the Reorder button will be dimmed when there is only one note tab.

Privacy policy

This app does not collect any type of data from its users. It only stores user preferences in its SQLite database file.

AngryNotes is a product of Tom Bluewater.
Apple and the Apple logo are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Mac App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc.

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