Slite for Mobile

The easiest way to write with your team, on iOS & Android

#1 Product of the DayDecember 04, 2018

Slite is the easiest way for teams to write together. From meeting notes, handbooks, guides, specifications to anything your team needs written down and retrievable in just a few clicks.

Now available on iOS and Android (in public beta).

Check out the desktop app at https://slite.com!

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27 Reviews5.0/5
Wassup PH folks ๐Ÿ‘‹๐ŸŽ‰ Weโ€™re @clara_rua, @guillaume_morin & Chris: designer, mobile developer and founder of Slite Mobile has been users' #1 request since we first launched a year ago on PH, so we're really excited to present Slite for mobile! And we're not leaving anyone out: we're launching on both iOS and Android ๐Ÿคœ๐Ÿค› A few words if you've never heard of Slite: our goal is to build the best documentation tool for teams, focusing on simplicity and collaboration. This starts with our desktop and, obviously, mobile apps, built for teams to easily write together and retrieve each other's work through a simple yet rich collaborative editor. A big thanks to our first few hundred beta users for their feedback! We can't wait to hear what you think :) โ€” now over to @clara_rua & @guillaume_morin
@guillaume_morin @christophepas This first version focuses on the basics: note taking, note searching, hierarchised organization, and team collaboration (live editing, notifications, comments and replies). Being away from your computer shouldn't prevent you to jot down ideas, share and see what's happening in your team. Whether you need to adapt a presentation content before jumping into a meeting, edit an article on the fly, take notes during a conference, document your research... stay synced wherever you are โ“‚๏ธ๐Ÿš•๐Ÿก๐Ÿš†๐Ÿ›ฉ๐Ÿ›ธ We hope you'll enjoy it as much as we enjoyed working on it! ๐Ÿ˜‰
@clara_rua @christophepas ๐Ÿค–One important point: Android's ecosystem is more fragmented so weโ€™re still in public beta. We know we've got work to do on killing some beta bugs and on the keyboard support. If you encounter issues and are willing to help, please reach out, it'll help us polish the app as quickly as possible!
Been using Slite + beta testing their mobile app for the past 6 months, after coming to the realization that Slack/Google Docs just werenโ€™t cutting it for knowledge preservation. Itโ€™s now our knowledge repo for meeting notes, runbooks, project READMEs, code snippets... basically everything. The thing that shocked me the most was how teammates had ambient exposure to new shared knowledge, without them being explicitly notified by myself or others, or them having to search for it. Like Yammer in its heyday โ€“ software with zero interruptions that somehow magically maximizes the cross-pollination of information, with zero fiddling on the writersโ€™ end. Eager to see Slite continue to evolve.
@schukin thanks so much Dave, really appreciate all of your feedback ๐Ÿ™

๐Ÿค“ I've been using Slite on the desktop for a long time now. I have to say, this is the most complete team knowledge app I've ever used.

It's great now that they've released the mobile version so our team notes can stay in sync across all platforms ๐Ÿ”ฅ

Thank you to the team at Slite ๐ŸŒˆKudos to making a great tool for humans!

Pros:

Well designed, perfect for teams

Cons:

I've been waiting for a long time

I've been using Slite for few months to sync up with my meetup co-organizers. Being able to jot down ideas quickly, let them comment and collaborate quickly, from mobile is an absolute win.
@arnaud_breton thanks for the kind words, Arnaud!

I've been using Slite on desktop for over a year and had been waiting for a mobile app for some time. I started using the mobile app about a month ago and WOW: the desktop version is super sleek and easy to use, and Slite managed to pull it off a consistent experience on mobile.

I had long looked for a collaborative note app that didn't feel like it was trying to do a million things at once and made it easy for my team and I to work together and actually GSD, so I'm pleased we chose Slite and never looked back.

And what's great about Slite is that even as more features keep coming out (and they do very regularly) the experience remains just as simple. In fact in some ways it's actually simpler! Couldn't be happier to see the app remains true to that promise. ๐Ÿ‘

Pros:

Makes collaboration feel simple

Cons:

None so far