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Quiver Alternatives

The best Quiver alternatives based on verified products, community votes, reviews and other factors.
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    Visual boards for organizing anything.


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    Lepton image compression: saving 22% losslessly from images at 15MB/s

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    Seamless project management and collaboration for your team.

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    Quizalize is a leading web-based and mobile-based classroom application that delivers the best and easiest way to differentiates your teaching.

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    Kids A-Z created and published by Lazel Inc.

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    Acadly is an all-in-one edtech product that boosts interactivity between professors and students both inside and outside the classroom.

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    Seesaw is a Linux Virtual Server (LVS) based load balancing platform.

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    Socrative helps teachers engage the class with educational activities to measure and visualize...

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    Popplet is the simplest application to capture and organize your idea.

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    Quizlet allows you to review and create flashcards for a variety of subjects, such as math and reading.

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    SnippetsLab is an easy-to-use snippets manager.

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    Gist is a simple way to share snippets and pastes with others.

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    BookWidgets is an excellent application that let you create engaging exercises in minutes and easily share a varied variety of beautiful and fun activities with your classroom and others.

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    Optimize images for the web quickly 🖼️⚡

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Quiver Reviews

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The 7 Best Note-Taking Apps for Programmers and Coders
Quiver is yet another app like the two above: you can mix and match text (in both Markdown and LaTeX formats) with embedded code inside notes. However, Quiver has a dedicated code editor right inside the app that’s cleaner and more responsive than its competitors.
Ask HN: Favorite note-taking software?
For anything more technical I use Quiver which supports MarkDown, code with pretty printing, LaTex and diagram markup, but it doesn't have an iPad editor (just reader).
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