I've used Google Keep for a year (I guess), but I've decided to return to Simplenote. I used both the Android and web version of Google Keep, but syncing notes on Android's Keep to the server is an annoying process. I would need to turn the background data on (which I don't usually do, to … Continue reading Returning to Simplenote
There are two problems with my favorite note-taking apps, Google Keep and Simplenote: They don't have desktop apps. Web apps are of course available, but it doesn't feel as natural as a desktop app. Simplenote do have a desktop app, but it's not available for 32-bit Linux, and being an Electron app, I think it … Continue reading Cross-platform, Offline Note Taking? Use Dropbox (and some other apps).
I checked this blog's stats about once a week, and it's quite surprising that some of my most popular posts are those about apps I don't use anymore. Over the course of 2 years, I've found apps that are better-designed, still actively developed, or have greater functionality. Offline Blog Editors I previously wrote about Zoundry … Continue reading Apps I don’t Use Anymore
If you ask me what my favorite note-taking app is, I would say that it's Gnotes. There's always something wrong with other apps. Evernote takes too much storage space. ColorNote is cool, but it syncs to Gmail instead of syncing to its own web service. Simplenote seems to be a great service, but I have … Continue reading Review #7: MobisleNotes (Android, web)