Your 3 AM companion Notes application can also be installed on Windows
The Notes application on the iPhone is the entry application for most of us every time we quietly light the moon as a writer. This witnesses all our 3:00 thinking. But have you ever wished that it was also available on your Windows 10 PC? I know I have. Even the thought of having the Notes application on my desktop makes me want to scream for joy.
Well, that doesn’t have to be a thought anymore. With this simple hack, you can install the iPhone Notes Application on the desktop on Windows 10 PC. All your notes will now be available on all your devices easily.
Note can be installed as an application using Google Chrome or the New Microsoft Edge. It’s up to you which browser you use.
Use Google Chrome to Install the Notes Application
After opening iCloud Notes in the browser, click the ‘Menu’ icon (three vertical dots) on the right side of the Address Bar. On the Menu, open the ‘Other Tools’ option, then click ‘Create Shortcut.’
A dialog box will appear on your screen. Select the ‘Open as Window’ option and click ‘Create’
Note will be installed as an application on the PC and shortcuts will also be made on the desktop.
The browser will create a Notes application on the desktop.
Use Microsoft Edge to Install the Notes Application
If you use the New Microsoft Edge browser, you can install the Notes Application from that too. Open iCloud Notes in the Edge browser. Click the ‘Menu’ icon (three dots) on the right side of the Address bar. Open ‘Application’ and click ‘Install this website as Application.’
The New Microsoft Edge browser that uses the Chromium platform can also be used to install Notes as an application.
A confirmation dialog box will appear. Click ‘Install’ to confirm and Edge will install the website as an application on your desktop.
With Microsoft Edge or the New Google Chrome browser, you can easily install iCloud Notes as an application on your desktop. The browser will create a desktop shortcut for the application. Every time you open an application from the desktop, it will open in a separate window regardless of whether your browser is running or not. And believe us! It will feel like using the Notes application on your iPhone.