EverSticky is an open-source sticky notes app for Linux desktops that syncs to Evernote. It supports text formatting and even checkbox notes, and more.
Make a note to check out Paper, a new GTK note-taking app for Linux desktops. It's built in GTK4, supports markdown, and has a clean UI. Learn more!
Scrivano is a new handwritten notes app for Linux. We look at Scrivano's features, which include a few terrific time-saving tools, and how to install it.
If you're yet to settle on a note-taking service that works across platforms you may want to check out a new option now available for Linux: UpNote.
We go hands on with the Rnote freehand note taking app for Linux desktops. It's fast, stable, and a lot of fun to use. Plus, details on how to install it.
'Sticky' is a desktop sticky notes app created by Linux Mint but available to install on Ubuntu. We look at its features and show you how to install it.
Want to log your thoughts and memories without leaving the command line? Well, you can do so using jrnl. As its vowel-less moniker ably conveys, it is journaling app, albeit one with a big difference: […]
An official Todoist app for Linux is available on the Snap Store. Learn all about the task management service's key features and how to install it.
The handwritten note-taking app 'Write' has a new release out. It adds some welcome new features, like split screen working, and debuts support for iOS.
Want your web browser to have a built-in word-processor? Of course not, but the bods behind Vivaldi have added one anyway, and here's how It works.
Last week I spotlighted Noted, a (rather splendid) keyboard-driven note taking app for macOS and Linux — but some of you weren’t convinced. It wasn’t the app per se; you liked its clean UI, and […]
Noted is a new keyboard-driven note-taking app freely available for Linux and macOS. The app is inspired by open source Mac app 'Notational Velocity'.