neutriNote vs Agenda Notes
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This app is everything I was looking for past one month! The auto backup option to SD card is brilliant. Though the app looks hideous. Need much more work on the app design which includes the app icon. Need clean, minimalistic and modern look and colour schemes. The blue colour looks awful. Secondly, I hate the fact that the lower toolbar shows up by default. I would rather prefer a clean window but an option to turn it on for those who actually use it.
In a nutshell, the comprehensive preservation of written thoughts in the form of fully searchable plain text, including text, mathematics (LaTeX), rich markdown, drawings, and so on (universal UTF-8). Elements of the user interface have been fine-tuned in order to decrease the amount of app switching. Easily accessible search filters that allow for precise navigation to the contents of your notes using the fewest possible taps. Tasker, Barcode Scanner, and ColorDict are just some of the add-ons that can further automate your workflow. You can also connect neutriNote's repository to web-based services to achieve the same result. There are options available for you to fine-tune the process of taking notes. There are many different ways to back up your notes. You have the freedom to choose a cloud backend that works for you, whether it be the open source P2P Syncthing, Dropbox, or a third party cloud component such as Google Drive, Box, or OneDrive. Absolutely no charge. No hidden permission (see below). It is possible to further support its development by purchasing supplemental add-ons that are optional.
Looks promising but being a Mac exclusive is a real pain.
An intriguing method for taking notes on a Mac, Agenda organizes your notes based on the dates and times that you specify in your calendar. The application is gorgeously designed, and it has a surprising number of features for a version 1.0. However, it does not have an iOS equivalent (which is currently being developed), and it does not have any features that facilitate collaboration, which will prevent it from appealing to some users. Even though there are some rough spots in the app, Agenda has a lot of potential and should be appealing to anyone who has a lot of things to keep track of on their calendars at once. Notes are arranged in an agenda according to projects, which are a part of categories. Notes pertaining to a specific project are displayed in the middle of Agenda's window, and on either side of those notes are panels that allow you to navigate through your notes. The 'jump menu' is located at the top of the window and is referred to as the 'jump menu' by Agenda. Although it offers a significant portion of the same functionality as the left-hand panel, the jump menu is useful for navigating notes when the left-hand panel is not visible. Your notes take up the majority of the space in the middle column of the window when navigational panels are placed on both sides. The layout offers symmetry and balance, with the focus being placed more squarely on the notes as opposed to the navigation, which is something that I really like about it. Both panels have the ability to be covered up, but I don't find either of them particularly distracting because they can be shrunk down to the size of strips that are not only functional but also very thin. You can create notes in Agenda by either clicking on the plus button that is located at the top of the window or by typing Cmd+N. By default, new notes are displayed at the top of the window in reverse chronological order; however, the order of the notes can be changed by clicking on the name of the project or note in the jump menu. This will bring up a menu that allows you to navigate between projects and notes. A selected note has a background that is light yellow, but other than that, the distinction between one note and the next is primarily determined by the titles of the notes. The following screenshot includes three different types of notes: Test Note, Topics, and Issue 112. The Test Note that is located at the bottom of the window is currently selected, as can be seen from the jump menu that is located at the top of the window. This menu indicates that the note is located in the Weekly project within the MacStories category. The pricing model of Agenda is something that should be mentioned as well because of how unusual it is. The fundamental features of Agenda do not cost anything. The ability to create calendar events, save searches, copy and export Markdown, and other premium features can be unlocked by making an in-app purchase within the app. The in-app purchase also includes access to any new features that are released in the app during the subsequent year after the initial purchase. If you do not pay for the app again at the end of the year, it will continue to function normally, you will continue to receive bug fixes, and any features that you have unlocked will continue to work; however, you will not receive any new features that are added.
Perfect workhorse app. Migrated from Evernote, to Simplenote, now been using Neutrinote exclusively for over a year. Not very exciting on the surface, but again: my Android note-taking has been exclusively on Neutrinote for over a year now. I don't even *know* if there's better alternatives because I haven't felt the need to look. PLUSES: Fast; Maximalist (no endless submenus); Local note storage as .txt files (no server issues or DRM); No feature creep; Markdown (it's there if you need it).
- Water Bottle
Good: python support; md support; math notation support, small app footprint; friendly UX for productivity. I use it in conjunction with Obsidian and it is far better than the latter whose UI are not tailored for narrow screens. Bad: the main menu is extremely laggy once there's more a hundred of notes, I opened the directory with another md processing app (Jotterpad) and it was as smooth as butter. There needs to be an option to change the default directory or allow multiple directories.
- John Doe
OG note taker / android owner who always liked the simplicity and portability of plain text. Decided to give neutrinote a spin with first md created in windows in vs code. Used neutrinote to add a table and some heading and highlight modifications. Neutrinote is well-designed and intuitive.
- niobe trinity
Now that Agenda is available on iOS, I'm using it full time for most of my notes. The design of it is simple and intuitive once you get the hang of things, and I truly enjoy being able to assign due dates to notes. It's useful for this line of work, and the iCloud sync is practically seamless and invisible. It's definitely a flexible note-taking app that can work with you if you experiment a little, since it combines three productivity apps in one. But it's completely free to download and use, with some useful bonus features if you decide to dive in completely.
- Christine Chan Senior Editor
It is an amazing (simple to use) application. I'm using free version macbook app for my product management such as notes, product requirement document, customer interviews, customer feedbacks, new ideas bucket. I love this tool. Made my life very easy.
- Tushar Gupta
This app and its developers havw completely won me over. Try it, you will not regret it.
- Ronald Sauve
|Built-in text expansion/shortcut support
|Streamlined UI -> minimal taps, minimal app switching
|Offline, near instant search & replace
|Theme with color temperature and OLED support
|Very clean and concise
|It ties your notes to your calendar
|No ability to collaborate on notes
|Works with Apple Calendar & Apple Reminders
|Hyperlink your notes
|Keep features you have already paid for (forever)
|Ability to simply enter the app and tap a single button to start writing a note is missed
|Yearly subscriptions to keep getting new features
|No Markup tools for PDF previews
|Buggy syncing between macOS and iPadOS
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