Remember The Milk, a popular web-based to-do and task management service, has introduced an official desktop Linux app to its herd of official clients.
Simplenote, one of the most popular note-taking apps for iOS and Android, is finally available to install on Linux desktops
Notes is a free and open-source note taking app for Windows, Mac and Linux with a clean appearance inspired by the default Mac OS X Notes app.
In need of a simple, but smart note-taking app? This simple, open-source scratchpad should be at the top of your list.
If you're a Simplenote user looking for a way to keep on top of your to-dos in Linux, try nvPY — an open-source note-taking tool with first-class support for the service.
Springseed, the simple note-taking app for Linux that features full markdown support, gets a design overhaul in its latest stable release.
It describes itself as a 'simply awesome' note-taking app, but development on Springseed has been 'simply slow'. Today it has received its first update in over six months.
The writing is, seemingly, on the wall for note-taking application Tomboy with plans to be drop it from the default install of Ubuntu 12.04. The application will remain readily available in the Ubuntu Software Centre, where it will sit alongside competing note-taking applications. Amongst them is lightweight Tomboy 'GNote' - but is it really a match for the king of Linux note-taking apps?