App of the Week: Vesper App Recommendation of the Week: Vesper Great note-taking app this week from John Gruber and the team at Q Branch. It’s called Vesper. And it is a simple, minimalistic, and beautiful app to collect your ideas, notes, and pics. It allows you to take notes and organize them by tags, which I find more efficient than constantly trying to file notes by folders, etc. It also allows you to attach pictures to notes, which can be very handy. Vesper is vying against the Drafts App for me. Drafts is more feature rich and has markdown formatting. (Ironic, that Gruber’s app doesn’t support markdown… since he basically created it.) One note: There is not currently any sync feature. No Dropbox, iCloud, or Evernote export. This is perhaps the one feature keeping me from switching to it full-time. Hope to see this added in a future release. Are you looking for a clean and frictionless app to collect your ideas? Give Vesper a spin. I am currently using it to collect blog post ideas and topics for my next book. Get Vesper in the App Store.