ReMarkable vs xTiles

Side-by-side comparison of features, reviews, pricing and more

ReMarkable

Category: Note Taking
Industries: Students, Businesses, Professionals, Programmers

Pricing

Free

xTiles

Category: Note Taking
Industries: Writers, Bloggers, Marketers, Designers, Consultants, Event Planners, Entrepreneurs, Photographers, Filmmakers, Podcasters, Journalists, Tutors, Educators

Pricing

Free

Personal pro - $8/month billed annually

Team - $8/month per member

20M+ Downloads
5/5

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ReMarkable reviews

I love my device, the cuff around the pen tip broke the first time I dropped it though, which really affected how it works, but I still use it. Could use a little extra durability there. Other than that, this device has been great. A few suggestions are that this app is multifunctional so that you can edit your documents from it with a stylus on your phone, and also that you can add templates to extra pages in pdfs. Other than that, I hope to use a color version in the future.

- Chase Tuttle

This is exactly the minimalist app I would expect. If you read into what the creators of reMarkable tablets were aiming for you will note that this fits that goal quite well. They wanted primarily a note taking platform and this app is assumed at an easy way to access those notes. Yes there are many features that would be nice to have, but I am quite happy with what this is. They focused hard on making a wonderful tool for reading notes taken on the tablet with a dash of other features.

- Ethan Leisinger

High potential, but not there yet This app has potential, but still misses the mark. A few things that would turn this app fr good to great for me include: - being able to upload pdfs from within the app. I can open up a pdf in other apps and then share to the Remarkable app, where the pdf ends up just being uploaded to the root directory, where I have then move files later. It would be helpful if you could navigate to any folder and then click “Upload” and search for a pdf on your phones file manager to upload to that specific directory - using less storage space. I’m not sure but I feel like when you download the app it syncs all the files onto your phone. It would be great if it only synced “thumbnails” and gave us the option fully sync files, either all or selectively as needed - faster syncing. It’s terribly slow but I’ve had several instances where it took a few minutes to sync files either way (phone to remarkable or vice versa) - allowing screen sharing. It would be awesome if the screen sharing feature for desktop was added to mobile I’d probably use the app much more with these added functionality, instead of how I use it now, which is primarily just to see what I’ve written on my Remarkable when it’s not with me.

- urazack

xTiles reviews

I've been able to cut my time spend organizing publication materials for our blog almost in half. The ability to structure content with features like tiles drag&drop, combining tiles and nesting documents with my tiles is great. I like that I can collaborate with my team too. Together we use xTiles for planning our sprints.

- Anton B.

I like the way we can organize our pieces of content in a document using tiles and tabs. We normally separate tabs for drafts and clean copies for our creatives. Subpages also help to store some inspirations and personal notes. A big plus is the ability to comment and get notifications when someone comments on your notes which is really handy for collaborative work.

- Aleksandra K.

I like how easy it's to use the tool. I can quickly break my findings into fragments using the cards (tiles) and move them around just like I need. Also I like the possibility of creating sub-pages. It allows me to avoid cluttering of the main page.

- Vira S.

Pros & cons

ReMarkable

Pros
No-latency inking
Simple, no-nonsense interface
Easy to mark up documents

Cons
Extremely limited format support
Complex PDFs render slowly
Monthly subscription required for cloud syncing

xTiles

Pros
Easy to use and flexible approach for creative processes
Visual navigation and content organization
Real-time collaboration and editing
Structure and connect notes to each other to form a graph of ideas
Synchronize in real-time between all your devices
One-click publishing to the web.

Cons
No mobile version
Lack of rich text formatting
No macOS desktop app

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