If you recall, Note+ is a simple, yet effective, note taking app for your Windows Phone. The developer, Aälejandro Díazs, is based in the Dominican Republic where the Windows Phone Store isn't supported. But with the help of Nokia Developer Ambassador Rich Dunbar, Díazs was able to get the app published.
Well...Díazs took in all the feedback from Note+ users and basically re-wrote the app. The premise of the app is the same in that Note+ allows you jot down quick notes while on the go but it now supports multiple notes and Live Tile support for each note you generate.
Once you create and save a note you will have options from the three-dot menu to share the note, copy the note to your clipboard or pin the note to your Start Screen as an easy reminder. When done, just hit the back button to view your complete note listing.
Asides from the multiple note and Live Tile features, version 2.0 also adds support for Spanish and a few under the hood performance tweaks to improve overall performance.
Note+ was a nice app before the update and the changes version 2.0 brings to the table makes it nicer. It doesn't have a lot of bells and whistles but it does a nice job of things as is.
There is free trial version for Note+ to let you try things out with the full version running $.99. You can find Note+ here at the Windows Phone Store.