Vesper 2.0 Released

As John Gruber writes for the Vesper blog, the big new feature is sync:

We’ve tried to make it as easy and simple as possible to use. Here’s how it works. First, you create a Vesper Sync account using an email address and a password. Then, your Vesper data — the text of your notes, your image attachments, your tags, everything — syncs to our cloud service. Sign in using the same account on another device, and your Vesper data will appear on that device.

That’s it.

Great news, to be sure, but I’m a tad disappointed. Gruber continues:

We have several ideas for future Vesper clients, but we’ve decided which one we’re going to tackle next: Mac. We did the iPhone version first because the iPhone is the one device you have with you everywhere, and we remain convinced that was the correct decision. Ubiquity is essential to a notes app. The Mac, though, is the device where we’re most productive.

The Mac may be where they — “they” being the Q Branch gang — feel most productive, but not me. It’s only one nerd’s opinion, but I would much rather see an iPad version. As someone who works more from my iPad Air, it would be neat to have an iPad-optimized version of Vesper. Yes, as Gruber says, I can run Vesper as it is today on my iPad in 2x mode — and it is something — but I like to lament my first-world problems.

(via Daring Fireball)