Command Browser vs Penultimate

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Command Browser

Category: Note Taking

Industries: Educators, Content Creators, Students

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Free

Penultimate

Category: Note Taking

Industries: Educators, Content Creators, Students

Pricing

Free

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Most popular feedback for Command Browser

Best purchase |'ve made in a while. Easy management of my highlights from articles straight into notion. Best f6.99 |'ve spent in a while. Keep up the good work @CommandBrowser This text was recognized by the built-in Ocrad engine. A better transcription may be attained by right clicking on the selection and changing the OCR engine to "Tesseract" (under the "Language" menu). This message can be removed in the future by unchecking "OCR Disclaimer" (under the Options menu). More info: http://projectnaptha.com/ocrad

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About Command Browser

Command is a browser made specifically for navigating the internet. The browser has a web highlighter, an online notebook, and connections with popular note-taking programs. DOMAIN HIGHLIGHTER Use Command's web highlighter to browse the internet like a book. Improve page readability by adding markup. WEBSITE JOURNALS Enter the details you learn into your command journals. Save things for easy access, including memes, websites, and more. LIBRARY LIST Save articles so you may read and annotate them later without having to use up all of your favorites. Even external sources can add articles to the app! INTEGRATIONS Command interacts with popular note-taking programs like Notion, Readwise, and OneNote so that you may keep track of the information you read and add it to your knowledge base. REMAIN FOCUSED Command has features like highlighting, ad blocking, and no notifications to help you stay focused when reading. BE SAFE Your data is kept on your servers and not those of third parties. Not third party servers, however iCloud is used by Command to sync. We protect your sensitive tabs with biometric locks. To use Command, no registration is required.

Most popular feedback for Penultimate

Even a technophile can miss the tactile feeling of writingon occasion — or maybe you’re still one of those people who writes faster than he types. In either case, Penultimate is a good solution for users who miss taking notes, doodling in the margins or drawing the occasional diagram for guidance. You can organize your thoughts into several notebooks with an infinite amount of pages. You can share notes via e-mail or send them to your Kindle, Dropbox or Evernote account. Your notes will be better looking if you use an optional stylus. 99 cents, for the iPad.

Hayley Tsukayama

About Penultimate

The iPad has the best digital handwriting. Penultimate combines the efficiency of Evernote's sync and search with distraction-free, natural handwriting and sketching. Take notes during meetings or classes, keep a notebook, or sketch out your next big idea while you're at work or traveling. Penultimate improves the productivity of using a pen and paper right away. IMPROVED INK AND PAPER Ink, whether it's black or colorful, makes notes and drawings seem amazing. Our inking technology creates pen strokes that appear natural, and Wrist Protection shields writers of all grips from errant markings. To make custom paper, select from a variety of paper styles or import a picture. HARDWARE AND STYLUS BUILT TOGETHER We collaborated closely with Adonit to develop the first real precision-point stylus, the Jot Script Evernote Edition, which is the pen we've always desired. Penultimate interacts seamlessly with the stylus, and the two work together to create the ideal experience for digital handwriting. It's comparable to writing with your preferred pen. presently accessible on the Evernote Market. Your writing progresses along with you. You may easily work on any area of the page with Penultimate. Simply pinch in and start writing to close the distance to a certain area of the paper. The page will move with you when Penultimate's Drift feature is activated, dynamically adjusting to the rate you are working at. CONNECT TO EVERNOTE AND SYNC To arrange your Penultimate notes into notebooks that are divided by topic, project, or category, sign in to your Evernote account from the Penultimate app. Your Penultimate notes are immediately synced to Evernote so you can access and share them from any device. QUICKLY FIND WHAT YOU NEED Penultimate makes it simple to discover the notes you need, regardless of how you choose to arrange your work. Penultimate processes your notes so that you may use the app to look up handwritten material. You can add, remove, duplicate, and rearrange the pages in your notebooks whatever you wish in order to save and browse your work there. IMPROVE PENULTIMATE'S POWER It costs nothing to download and use Penultimate. For larger uploads and many more fantastic features, combine it with Evernote Premium or Evernote Plus. Two choices for subscription: Evernote Premium can be purchased monthly for $7.99 or yearly for $69.99. Evernote Plus is available for $3.99 a month or $34.99 a year.

Command Browser reviews

I’ve been using this for a while, really good, the general user experience is very nice. It has clean and pretty UI, robust utilities to accommodate basically any function one needs from this sort of website collecting/highlighting apps, and it combines all those features into just one app, making the whole process much easier and quicker, doing it better all the other similar apps in my opinion. I’ve only recently heard that it now can integrate with Notion and sync the highlights, which is really convenient for me because I’m a heavy Notion user, and so I started to use this app more frequently now. The syncing function’s good, easy setup, and the syncing is really fast, I like it a lot. The only thing is that it cannot sync the notes taken along with the highlights, which means that I still have to transfer the notes manually to pair off with every individual highlight in Notion, and that hinders the efficiency a bit. Really hope there would be a note syncing function as well in the future updates, just a personal wish.

- els9677

Disclaimer: if you’re only looking for a browser, look elsewhere. This app is so much more. Review: I have been looking for ways to integrate with Notion in more meaningful ways. That is where all of my highlights and book notes are kept (syncs with Kindle highlights through Readwise, and my physical notes sync through Readwise). Why I have never heard of this app before, I’ll never know. I was looking for a way to highlight article and take notes without a subscription. I like Pocket, and I have tried Instapaper, but Command Browser has replaced them both. Not only does this natively integrate with Notion (which is so, so cool by the way) but it can ALSO integrate with Readwise (which, by extension, can integrate with Notion for a small annual fee). So now I can natively sync with Notion, or I can choose to integrate with Readwise to preserve my knowledge template there. This is a very long review, but let me make it very simple for you. If you are a Notion user, get this app. Seriously. That simple. You will LOVE IT. And it just works.

- Ukeduke98

Really nice start. I'd really appreciate a few things... 1. More specific update notes please? 2. Notion integration needs fixing in my opinion so that tags made in Command stay attached to specific highlights (as when they are created in Command) ... Currently, when sent to Notion, tags get rolled up into a bundle as a property of a URL and as a result information (that tag X was attached to highlight Y) is LOST. To fix this, I think the Highlights table needs to have each *highlight* as its entity/row/granularity, rather than URL. Ideally a related "Pages" table with URL as base would store page title and page-scope comments. If that's hard (or not possible to auto-populate related fields?) then URL and page title could just be properties of each highlight in the Highlight table, with those values repeated for each highlight in a page. 3. Data protection: I'd love to know somehow that my Notion data isn't being exposed to accidental sharing or even erasing. Maybe Notion limitations make that impossible to guarantee but at least warn us of what could happen by giving you the keys to my data there. 4. Thanks for the handy app!

- dtoyd

Penultimate reviews

Penultimate, used in conjunction with Apple Pencil on the iPad Pro 9.7, is hard to beat. It literally looks like i am using a sheet of paper and a pen to take notes in a notebook. I wish that it had sub folders for the notebooks as this would greatly help organize my thoughts when writing novels. Right now, I am using penultimate to create a children's book for my son. Using Procreate, Pencil, and the Smart Keyboard, it is the most seamless creating tool i have ever used. Granted, I haven't used this app with any other stylus. I have used other note taking apps with other styli and I have to say that Apple Pencil is the best ever. So maybe it is the pencil that makes this app so great. I have not yet felt the need to try any other note taking app because Penultimate satisfies most of my needs. Four stars because it meets those needs. I'm not feeling pressed to buy anything. Highly recommend in conjunction with pencil.

- rmo5008

I use this app every morning for journaling and note taking for 4 months now. As a whole The app works pretty well, especially with the Apple Pen. There are a couple very annoying features though that brought me to write this review. 1. When I pop between apps by swiping up in the iPad (like readings I am going through), when I come back to this app it will sometimes put me back 2-3 pages in my notes from where I left off. This happens about 60% of the time and really gets annoying when you have to keep popping back and forth. 2. You can’t rearrange anything for better organization. Or at least I haven’t found a way and have looked for a long while. What I mean is, you can create folders to house similar documents but you can’t rearrange the order of the folders so that the most commonly used or similar topics would be grouped by each other. They just become scattered without any rhyme or reason. Also heaven forbid you spend an hour taking notes on something in the wrong folder/location, which I have done a couple times now. And that is unfortunately now where those documents live. There is no way of moving it to the correct folder, which in my opinion is almost a deal breaker for a note taking app. If this is possible it is not easily found in the app.

- Billy76856

It's good but I keep finding things I wish it did I use penultimate to take notes for my classes on my iPad Pro. It's nice to just be able to write, not type notes. But it's not perfect. The two major things I wish it did was zoom in on pictures. I often times insert screen shots from PowerPoint or online and when I go back to review my notes I am always trying to use two fingers to zoom in on the picture which is just a feature the app does not do. I also wish it allowed me to arrange my notes in whatever order I want. I have my app organized so that each class gets its own 'noteboook' but when I open the notebook I don't get organize the 'sub notebooks' in my own order, the app automatically organizes them in order of most recently opened. My other big compliment and this one is really annoying! When I double tap my home button to switch between apps to say take a screen shot and then go back to penultimate the app opens at a page 2-3 pages above where I left it. This is probably the most disruptive feature the app is lacking to note taking in class. Maybe Evernote can make this happen in the next update. I really hope so! This app has so much potential and with a little more care it could be perfect

- kbearOSU

Pros & cons

Command Browser

Pros
Has clean and pretty UI
Robust utilities to accommodate basically any function one needs from this sort of website collecting/highlighting apps
Combines all those features into just one app
Cons
Notion integration needs fixing
Notes not updated
It does not scale the website in the browser itsel

Penultimate

Pros
Simple
Beautiful design
Ink looks great
Cons
Landscape view is awkward to use
No pinch to zoom functionality
Sub notebooks are hard to organize

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