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An open source note taking and to-do with synchronisation capabilities

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  1. Joplin is a free, open source note taking and to-do application, which can handle a large number of notes organised into notebooks. The notes are searchable, tagged and modified either from the applications directly or from your own text editor.

  2. Track your tasks and projects in a plain text file, todo.txt. A todo.

    I could use the opposite: Something which has no synchronization capabilities so I don't need to worry about leakage of private data. Ideally it would use a plaintext file format for its database so it is future proof, e.g. http://todotxt.org/.
  3. Hadith Nawawi is an Islamic Android App that is designed with the purpose to enlighten the heart and souls of Muslims around the globe with the authentic teachings of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).

    I believe Markor[0] might satisfy your needs of having a TODO.txt editor that has no sync capabilities. I have to use in combination with Dropsync[1] to sync my notes. Admittedly, I only use Markor for my plaintext notes and rely on Todo.txt[2] for my TODO.txt needs, which is still maintained and has syncing builtin. [0]: https://gsantner.net/project/markor.html [1]:...
  4. Text editor - Notes, ToDo & Bookmarks. Markdown and todo.txt support.

    I believe Markor[0] might satisfy your needs of having a TODO.txt editor that has no sync capabilities. I have to use in combination with Dropsync[1] to sync my notes. Admittedly, I only use Markor for my plaintext notes and rely on Todo.txt[2] for my TODO.txt needs, which is still maintained and has syncing builtin. [0]: https://gsantner.net/project/markor.html [1]:...
  5. Trilium Notes is a hierarchical note taking application.

    I have been looking for note taking apps and shorted listed Joplin and Trilium [1]. I'm currently experimenting with Trilium since couple of days. While it looks complex at first, it seems to have a lot of extensibility which might make it "future proof" for extensive data. So far it looks good. [1] https://github.com/zadam/trilium.