Free iOS App today: Boximize: Structured Note Taking, Personal Databas, Form Builder, and Organizer


** Supports Apple Watch **

Boximize is a structured note taking app that brings you the power of personal databases and the simplicity and usability of note taking apps.

** Featured by Apple as best new productivity app **

** Top 10 app in the US and 28 other countries **

Boximize helps you become more organized and productive by bringing your important information together in one place and filing them as structured notes.


■ So, what exactly is Boximize?


If you like the simplicity of note taking apps, then Boximize is a note taking app where the note isn’t just a blank page instead the note is a fully customizable form containing fields, making inputting your data faster, easier and less error-prone. Your data also becomes sortable, searchable and more organized. Thus bringing the power of personal databases to your notes.

If you like the power and flexibility of personal databases, then Boximize is a powerful personal database designed to bring you the simplicity, beauty and efficiency of note-taking apps.

Basically, Boximize brings you the best of both worlds, the simplicity of note taking apps and the customizability of personal databases.


■ And how do people use Boximize?


People use Boximize to save, organize and find everything that is of importance to them. Boximize comes with a predefined set of 27 templates that help users to instantly start organizing their data. Moreover, users can always customize the templates by adding or removing fields or even a new template from scratch. 

“I use Boximize to collect and organize my recipes” – Jack, Chef

“Organizing my coin and stamp collections has never been easier” – Omar, Student

“I track my employee tasks through Boximize” – Catherine, Manager

“Capturing memories with Boximize is amazingly simple. I use it to track my kid’s drawings over time” – Sara, Graphics Designer

“I keep my travel logs on Boximize” – Li Yong, Mountaineer

“I love being able to customize Boximize to my life needs. I use it to track my diet and capture my interviews in audio” – Helen, Journalist

“Boximize helps me in keeping track of my students” – Carol, Teacher


■ Tell me, what are the top features?


• 27 ready to use collections (see below for complete list)

• Customize collections by adding/removing fields or build your own from scratch

• Enter 20 different types of information (Text, Number, Picture, GPS location, see below for complete list)

• Password protect your data with a pin code

• Lightning fast searching and sorting

• Different themes to choose from

• Organize photo and video collections

• Record voice notes

• Take handwritten notes or sketch drawings

• Track locations on the map

• Keep track of timings using a built-in stopwatch


■ Predefined Collections:


• Contacts

• Todo

• Recipes

• Diet Log

• Events

• Demo Fields

• Inventory

• Time Billing

• Home Inventory

• Expenses

• Exercise Log

• Car Maintenance

• Student List

• Member List

• Products for Sale

• Equipment

• Issue Tracking

• Items Sold

• Customers

• Donations

• Notes

• Movie Collection

• Task Assignments

• Audio Notes

• Member cards

• Business Cards


■ Data types


Modify a ready made collection or build your own from scratch with the following powerful:

• Text

• Number

• Choices (Multiple selections)

• Checkbox

• Photo and video collections

• Time

• Date

• Rating

• Location

• Phone Number

• Email


• Sketches and handwritten notes

• Slider

• Color

• Voice notes and audio recordings

• Stopwatch

• Lists of items

• Notes


Nathan Smith

Nathan Smith is Director of Technology for the College of Education and Human Services at Utah State University. In that role, he also directs The Adele & Dale Young Education Technology Center (The YETC) located in room 170 of the Education Building on Utah State University's Logan campus. The YETC is a combination student open­access computer facility, a K­12 curriculum materials library, a NASA Educator Resource Center for Utah, and a technology training center. Nathan served eight years (2004­2012) on the Board of Directors for the Utah Coalition for Education Technology (UCET) He was re­elected in 2014 to serve another two year term on the board. A former elementary school teacher, Nathan has taught students every age from young children to senior citizens. He has had the opportunity beginning in 2011 to train international high school teachers from all over the world about technology in education, through the U.S. State

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