Notability updated with iOS 8 compatibility, iPhone 6 support, new light/dark themes and more

Notability for Mac 1.0 (screenshot 005)

Notability by Ginger Labs, Apple’s Free App of the Week in May 2014 and one of the most popular note-taking apps in the App Store, on Monday issued its long-expected iOS 8 compatibility release in the App Store.

Version 5.3 offers support for iOS 8 and the new 4.7 and 5.5-inch resolutions of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, respectively.

In addition to enhancing compatibility with the current version of Apple’s mobile operating system, this edition of Notability brings out a pair of new themes, revamped icons and menus in line with the overall iOS 8 look and feel and improvements regarding iCloud Drive support.

Notability for the iPhone and iPad is $2.99 in the App Store. The Mac edition will run you ten bucks.

The note-taking app now features two new themes, light and dark, and gives you new options that enable subject coloring. Sadly, the team hasn’t gotten around implementing the ability to bookmark pages on the iPhone the way you can on the iPad.

Notability for Mac also has full iCloud Drive support.

Notability 5.3 changelog

  • All-new light and dark themes including choices for subject coloring
  • Beautiful icons and menus throughout the app
  • iOS 8 compatibility
  • iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus support
  • Your notes are gorgeous on the iPhone 6 & 6 plus
  • iCloud Drive improvements
  • Bug fixes

As of April 2014, Notability is available on the Mac, too, priced at $9.99 a pop.

[App Store, Mac App Store]