Alternative products to Google Keep

Google Keep

Save your thoughts, wherever you are

12 alternative and related products to Google Keep

Notion 2.0

The all-in-one workspace - notes, tasks, wikis, & databases

Notion is the all-in-one workspace. From notes, tasks, wikis, to database, Notion is all you need. Works great for teams and individuals. Available in the browser, iOS, Mac, and Windows.

Danny de Vries- Web Developer
It's really flexible, you can really make it your own with all the building blocks it comes with.
Felipe Esteves- Designer, FGVE, Co.
Notion helps me organize myself personally and for work. I love it, could not recommend it more.
FerminRP- Growth Hacker
It replaced most of the productivity apps I was using for a single one.
WSJ
Notion combines the best of spreadsheets, notes and tasks into the ultimate productivity tool, writes David Pierce.
18 Alternatives to Notion 2.0

Evernote

Note taking gets even simpler

Aayushi- Head of Customer Experience @ CoinSwitch
I started using a year back, an amazing tool for making notes in a sorted manner, Evernote premium helps to sync data across all devices.
mCart- mCart by Mavatar
I was an early adopter of Evernote eons ago and for work and personal use it is still my go-to. I just think it's so easy and not a lot of fluff compared to other notes/organization apps that just try to add feature after feature. More features isn't always a good thing, it's only good if they're improving user experience. I think for fast notes and remember… See more
nyakreal- Loves Tech, Founder, CEO
This is one of the most underrated app
33 Alternatives to Evernote

Dropbox Paper

Collaboration tool built for teams

Dropbox Paper is a place where you and your team can generate ideas together over an internet connection. Share any type of content, make changes to what you already have and get notified when someone else makes suggestions. The creativity flow has always better when teamwork.

saturngod- iOS Developer
Now our team is using dropbox paper for replacement of canvas. However, it doesn't have the offline sync features. But the editor is really great.
Georgemaine Lourens- Designer
It's simple to use and supports markdown, attachments and much more. Works well across iOS, Android & Web. Did I mention it looks very elegant? Their collaboration options are also very simple and usefull.
Abel Lenz- VP Product & Design, Opticlose
Now that they added offline editing (gotta note on the subway), Paper has officially replaced Evernote as my second brain across all devices. It's got something Evernote never got around to: reliability.
35 Alternatives to Dropbox Paper

Jot

The no-fuss way to take notes

Jot is the no-fuss way to take notes. Our app helps you get all your big ideas and little ‘things to remember’ into a simple, stripped down format. Easy swipe gestures keep your list of notes short and orderly. Remember anything by searching through your full archives. Use quick and easy todo lists, and basic reminders to stay on top of daily life stuff.

Jot leaves out all the fancy, distracting stuff you don’t need: formatting, drawing, tags, categories, shared lists, sync, stickers, etc. It’s just as simple and straightforward as using a piece of paper. Only what you need. No funny stuff.

• Create notes instantly

• No titles or saving

• Distraction free writing

• Quick feed of active notes

• Search through your entire archive

• Customization — turn off spelling, grammar helpers

• Get data out by swipe to copy

Medium
Even with all the note taking tools available today, nothing comes close to the immediacy and simplicity of pen and sheet of paper. Most apps are filled with way too many options, excessive categorization, and fussy interfaces that slow everything down.
18 Alternatives to Jot

Reactivepad

Documents made smart with textually narrated calculations 📝📊

Reactivepad is an online collaborative document editor that lets you put calculations directly inside your textual narrative - think of MS Word and MS Excel combined. It allows to create truly smart and reactive data-driven documents that are almost like apps!

14 Alternatives to Reactivepad

Grid Note

A smart way to note with structured layouts 📝

Grid Note featured an unique "Grid Layout" design to help you structure your thoughts. With lots of buildin note templates (SMART, Cornell Note, 5W1H, etc...) to get you started, but you can feel free to replace those with inventions of your own.

15 Alternatives to Grid Note
M2- User Experience Designer
The best collaborative bookmarking tool! You could make collections, with searchable tags, that were either public or private. It was great for curating content from around the web that your whole team could work with. RIP Kifi. RIP Google Spaces.
Moak Designs- Internet Marketing Specialist
It was perfect for sharing within my team. Kinda found Toby as slight replacement but not as social as Kifi was.
6 Alternatives to kifi

My Notes Chrome Extension

Easily take notes while browsing and save in Google Drive.

My Notes is a chrome extension that allows you to take notes easily while browsing. The distinguishing feature is that all your data is under your control. Your notes are saved in your Google Drive account in a separate folder. This also has the advantage of making all your note content searcheable using the GMail search box!

Vinayak Joshi- CEO, LearningConcepts.
Simple Google chrome extension that is low on resources and seamlessly saves all your notes into your Google Drive account. Very simple and efficient. Free.
11 Alternatives to My Notes Chrome Extension

What read-it-later app do you use?

Victor SkvortsovCEO Project
Evernote - Note taking gets even simpler
"What about Evernote? Love this tool!"
Pinboard - Social bookmarking for introverts
"Easy, cheap, just works"

Best app to share your todo list or tasks with your SO or friends?

T.UI / UX Designer
Wunderlist - Capture ideas, things to do and places to see
"Can share a list for free, best todo app ever"
Trello - Organize anything, together
"Easy to use and flexible enough to create any type of tasks organization."
Todoist - Organize your life. Then go enjoy it.
"Made for personal use, rather than business."

Which is the best minimalistic TODO manager app?

Garg AnkitSilicon-Meat Interface Engineer
Trello - Organize anything, together
"I have found trello to be quite nice for small lists just as much as it is for bigger projects!"
Google Tasks for Mobile - Any task, any goal. Get things done.
"Google Tasks is good for personal use."
Moo.do - Ridiculously simple, incredibly powerful organization
"I've been using and really enjoying Moo.do for a while now. The new update has made lots of improvements and the developer is very engaged … See more

Wunderlist is shutting down. What should I use instead?

Andrew Spear
Todoist - Organize your life. Then go enjoy it.
"This is the closest match to Wunderlist that I've found so far. Perhaps a bit over-engineered for my taste and uses a subscription model, b… See more
Taskade - A minimal and sharable task list.
"Haha, I had now idea Wunderlist shut down (almost a year ago!) and have just kept on using Wunderlist until I read this. Still works fine! … See more
Any.do - To-do list, Calendar & Reminders - +20M people rely on Any.do to keep their lives under control
"Any.do is #1 app for getting things done with over 20M users worldwide. On top of that, we recently added: * A full calendar into the iOS … See more
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