Q Branch is out with a big update to Vesper, the alternative note-taking app for iOS.
Vesper 2.005 adds landscape support to the app for iPhone so you can now browse, manage, and create notes outside of portrait orientation.
The 2.005 update also includes Vesper for iPad, the first time the note-taking app has been available with a version optimized for the tablet. Vesper for iPad features the same support for landscape use as the iPhone, and Q Branch’s syncing feature keeps notes between both apps up-to-date.
Vesper, which first launched in 2013 with the help of Apple blogger John Gruber and company, varies from Apple’s built-in Notes app on iOS as Vesper features a tagging system for sorting through notes, archiving old notes, and a syncing system that doesn’t rely on iCloud.
Vesper is available for $7.99 on the App Store. The update is available for free for existing users.