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Boximize is an app recommendation for everyone who is missing some functions in the Notes app on the Apple iPhone or iPad. Because in Boximize you can create categories, store notes in them and fill them clearly with text, images, audio and other content. The free app for iOS and iPadOS was developed by Mostafa Ashour and currently has an average rating of 4/5 stars in the App Store. You can use the software on the Apple Mac if you use a model with an M1 chip and macOS 11 Big Sur.
After downloading it for free and installing it on your mobile Apple device, you can explore the many possible uses of Boximize using the demo material supplied. The category “DEMO: Movie Collection” (ie a film collection) is preinstalled. There are three points in this: Toy Story 3, Forrest Gump and The Dark Knight.
If you open one of these points, an overview with general and individual information about the respective film is displayed. In addition to the film name, the release year, a box to tick off when you have seen the film, and the like, photos, drawings and audio notes are also stored. That shows very well how extensive you can collect material on a topic with Boximize.
In my opinion, the Boximize app for iOS and iPadOS (as well as macOS Big Sur on M1-Macs) even offers the potential to help with the implementation of larger projects. Boximize is suitable as an extended note option during studies, material collection for a novel or a non-fiction book, as a documentation aid when building a house, for designing a digital diary alternative and for much more.
You can find the free Boximize download in the official App Store from Apple. There you will find more apps from Mostafa Ashour under “More from this developer”. In addition to the “Productivity” category, he is also on the move in the “Shopping”, “Music”, “Games” and “Medicine” areas. You can find more information about Boximize, screenshots and the announcement of new functions on the one set up for the app Website.
After graduating from high school, Johannes completed an apprenticeship as a business assistant specializing in foreign languages. But then he decided to research and write, which resulted in his independence. For several years he has been working for Sir Apfelot, among others. His articles include product introductions, news, manuals, video games, consoles, and more. He follows Apple keynotes live via stream.