If you've ever found yourself lost in a parking lot looking for your car, this app is for you. If you've ever needed quick access to a coupon code, this app is for you. If you've even needed to remember your hotel room number, a phone number, license plate number, or any other little bit of information, this app is also for you.
It's called Cheatsheet and with it, you have one-swipe access to those handy little nuggets of information. Its tagline sums it up best: "For the little things you never remember."
Designed for iOS gadgets, Cheatsheet integrates with your notifications panel so you can access your information with one swipe down.
Otherwise, you'd have to store this information in, most likely, your Notes app. To do that, you'll need to unlock your phone, find the Notes app, find the appropriate note, then click to access your info. With Cheatsheet, it's one swipe down.
With the free version on Cheatsheet, you can view up to 16 cheats in your notifications bar. With the keyboard extension, you can store up to 50. Plus, there are 118 "hint icons" to help you remember what specific cheats are.
You can also edit cheats, easily copy and paste them into a text message, email or note.
Important Note: It might be tempting to store sensitive or personal information inside of Cheatsheet. Don't. Hackers or snoops don't need a passcode to access these cheats. All they need to do is swipe down to access your Notifications panel. In fact, in the iTunes store, Cheatsheet states "No security. Please don’t use Cheatsheet for important passwords or personal information."