Gabe at Macdrifter has posted his new iOS 6 based workflow with Karbon's iPhone app, Scratch.
As I have posted before, I am not a big fan of Drafts. However, oddly enough, I do actually like Scratch.
So what's the difference?
To me, the 'one-off notes' nature of Scratch implicitly makes me feel that I need to do something with the notes that I take. As I stated in my Drafts review, I feel all notes should be acted upon via curation or project documentation. Otherwise, I have a tough time remember that I took notes in the first place.
While Drafts does have a lot of export features, and I do mean a lot, the user experience of the app leaves me with the feeling that Drafts is catered to storing notes. This feeling has also been further justified with the adoption of their new syncing platform, Simperium.
The last thing that I want is another account/venue/place-to-look for notes.
Another feature that I like about Scratch, which Gabe has pointed out, is that it isn't limited to a folder. Sure, you could probably symlink your way around Dropbox to make Drafts work in another folder, but that's a sloppy workaround.