Frequently Asked Questions

What do you want to achieve with SnipperApp 2?

We are building a next-generation snippets manager. Our main goal is to help engineers in their daily life. Make it easier and save precious time. We are making a SnipperApp 2 to be a single place, where you can save your notes, snippets of code you would like to reuse in the future or share with someone.

What are the benefits of SnipperApp 2?

First of all, we love hearing our customers. SnipperApp 2 is a young product. You are welcome to participate in product development and help create an app you'll love!

We are proud of SnipperApp UX and its simplicity. The optimized workflow with a minimum actions for achieving a result.

What are the use cases?

SnipperApp 2 can and should be used on a daily basis. Usually, it's used for writing down personal notes, saving snippets of code, TODOs and etc.

Why SnipperApp 2 has a subscription-based model?

SnipperApp 2 is a long term project. A subscription-based model allows boosting the software development much better compared to a single purchase. The only way to fuel software development is to pay for it.
Thanks for your support in making the best snippets manager in the wild!

How to migrate from SnipperApp v1?

SnipperApp v1.5.2 or higher has backward-compatible backups with SnipperApp 2.
The only thing needed is to create a backup and open a backup file in SnipperApp 2 to restore your code snippets there.

How many languages are supported?

SnipperApp 2 supports syntax highlighting of 120 programming languages.

Are you going to integrate more services?

Yes. We want to integrate SnipperApp 2 with as many useful cloud services as it is possible.
In the next updates, we'll provide step by step integration with another beloved by engineers services, as Github Gists and some other πŸ˜‰

How to import my snippets from other apps?


SnippetsLab starting from v2.0.0 is supported. You should export your snippets to JSON file and import it in SnipperApp via File => Import Snippets.
Note: your filename should contain snippetslab in the name. E.g. snippetslab_backup.json.