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17 Top Evernote Alternatives for Note-Taking for 2019

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  1. Bring your life's work together in one digital workspace. Evernote is the place to collect inspirational ideas, write meaningful words, and move your important projects forward.

    Welcome to The Team! 7 Best Apps for New Hires about about 3 hours ago:

    If there's one thing onboarding comes with, it's a lot of notes! Evernote is an advanced note-taking app that optimizes the process in one centralized place with search capabilities, to-do list tracking, memo notes, even file storage for any company-owned docs.
  2. Apple Notes functions as a service for making short text notes.

  3. Online Sync and File Sharing

    3.3 economy about 7 months ago

    Huh. This may take a more in depth look to solve, guess and check is likely to miss a lot. If you upload your save file to a file hosting site like dropbox.com and post the link, I'll take a look and see what advice I can come up with.
  4. A better way to organize team documents

    which note-taking app are you using or used in past other... about about 1 month ago

    I am currently checking out NoteJoy, which offers nested notebooks, code snippets, a web clipper and bi-directional linking. So far, I have enjoyed it and the synchronisation across devices is fast. The web clipper is not as good as Evernote's offering but it does pull the text and links with a link for the website at the top of the note.
  5. Capture notes, share them with others, and access them from your computer, phone or tablet. Free with a Google account.

  6. Laverna is a JavaScript note taking application with Markdown editor and encryption support.

    Notes section about 5 months ago:

    There are also secure note-taking apps available, like Turtl or Laverna. But those are full-blown writing apps, good if you're making lots of notes and want complete security. It sounds to me like you just want to store some basic info, including passwords. That's what password managers are for.
  7. Get the OneNote app for free on your tablet, phone, and computer, so you can capture your ideas and to-do lists in one place wherever you are. Or try OneNote with Office for free.

  8. Simple is reinventing personal banking with modern online and mobile experiences, no surprise fees...

    Am I selfish? about 4 months ago

    Get a fresh bank account without him; credit unions can be good for this. Make sure it's not at a bank that he frequents...you don't want the teller to be "helpful" and clue him in on things. I used to recommend simple.com for a debit card, but they have sold out to PNC.
  9. Workzone is a web-based project management software.

  10. Box Notes: take meeting notes, share status updates and plan projects together instantly. Online, across devices.

  11. A collaborative document-editing service

  12. A productivity and task management tool appropriate for both individuals and businesses. With Nimbus Note users can create notes and to-do lists, share them with others, and archive important data.

    freemium $39.99 / Annually (Pro for individuals and small teams)

    Why are so many jumping ship from Evernote? What are the... about 7 months ago

    I switched to Nimbus Note after a decade of using Evernote and getting frustrated by the backwards direction of the app and losing features that I relied on. Nimbus offered the best solution for my set of needs, and used an application UI that was close enough to Evernote to make the transition more streamlined.
  13. Quip is the modern productivity suite that simplifies your life and helps your team get work done faster.

    Ask HN: What software do you use to gather requirements? about over 1 year ago:

    What a lot of teams in my company do is have a less formal part (more like brainstorming) done with Quip (https://quip.com/) before having the more formal part in Amazon WorkDocs (https://aws.amazon.com/workdocs/... Disclaimer, I work for Amazon). Workdocs is a pretty good tool for versioning, commenting on and sharing Word documents, but it's not great for multiple people working on a document at the same time....
  14. The simplest way to keep notes. Light, clean, and free. Simplenote is now available for iOS, Android, Mac, and the web.

    Best open source E2E note taking app? ( Windows, Android) about 2 days ago:

    SimpleNote might satisfy your requirements.
  15. Apps/Tomboy - GNOME Wiki!

  16. A simpler way to organize your work

    freemium $4.99 / Monthly (Workflowy Pro)

    Adam Savage on Lists, More Lists, and the Power of Checkboxes... about about 1 year ago:

    Have you seen Workflowy? https://workflowy.com/hello/.
  17. INKredible is an app with a single mission: to make your handwriting experience on tablets as good...

  18. No-distraction writing tool for your productivity.

    What program do you guys use to write? about over 1 year ago

    I'm also still trying out Write! Which was recommended here on this sub a while ago. It has a cloud so I can open it from all my computers, but sadly not from mobile. But I only use mobile for jotting down notes, anyway, so I use Docs for that. What I like about Write! Is that you have an overview of your document in the sidebar and it highlights where in your document you are right now. It's also nice that you...
  19. DEVONtechnologies develops DEVONthink, DEVONagent, and other Mac and iOS apps for document and information management and web research.

  20. Ultraportable 2-in-1 Laptop

    A viable solution for Python concurrency about 12 months ago

    This is why you run one process per core, and you'll typically have something like nginx+uWSGI distribute requests across them. I use this combination with https://falconframework.org/ and boto3 to spool HTTP POST requests to S3 and SQS and am pretty happy with it.
  21. Scrivener is a content-generation tool for composing and structuring documents.