Evernote is an service/application you can use to store notes, images and all kind of information (like audio, handwritten or video notes) for retrieving later. Nevernote is an open source clone of Evernote that works on Linux. While Evernote now runs on Linux through Wine, the application is quite slow so you may want to try Nevernote.Read more »
BasKet - This is one of my favorite KDE applications. BasKet is called by some a killer application for Linux, due to its completeness regarding features and a different approach compared to other notes applications.Read more »
Your editor has long been a user of the Tomboy note-taking tool. Tomboy makes it easy to gather thoughts, organize them, and pull them up on demand; it is, beyond doubt, a useful productivity tool. But all is not perfect with Tomboy. Some people have complained about its faults for a while; Hubert Figuiere, instead, chose to do something about it in the form of the Gnote utility.Read more »
This is a review of three of the most popular notes-taking applications for Linux: BasKet, Tomboy and KNotes. I included the screenshots below the reviews, at the end of the article.
In my opinion, this is the most powerful and beautiful notes application I've ever seen. The last stable version is 220.127.116.11 for KDE3, but a port is in the works for KDE4 too.
I was lately impressed by a nice application I recently included in the 20 Essential KDE Applications article. I'm talking about BasKet, a full-featured and complete notes-taking application for KDE.Read more »
Whether it’s physical sticky notes, text documents you save on your desktop or something else, most of take notes. Reminders to do things or snippets of information you might need later.While the latter method of text documents on your desktop is a way in which you can keep notes on your computer, it’s not all that efficient and useful... Enter TomboyRead more »