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Grid Note alternatives and competitors

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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.

Top alternatives for Grid Note

  • Bear

    Bear is a beautiful, flexible writing app for crafting notes and prose. It works on iPhone, iPad, and Mac, so you can write wherever inspiration strikes.

    Overall I love Bear. It is beautifully designed. I love the simple interface and the ability to tag notes is amazing. It makes searching …

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  • Agenda

    4.8★
    3 reviews

    Agenda is a date-focused note taking app for planning and documenting your projects. With its unique timeline, Agenda gives you a complete picture of past, present and future, driving your projects forward.

    This app and its developers havw completely won me over. Try it, you will not regret it.

  • Notepin

    5.0★
    1 review
    Extremely simple note-taking
  • Schema

    Schema is a beautiful cloud drive that allows you to store and manage all your files (PDFs, Images, MS Word, links, Google docs etc.) within a context. Collaborate with teams and organise your knowledge in a clean structure.

    It's as if Medium were to design a note-taking app. Pure delight.

  • Google Keep

    4.2★
    3 reviews
    Save your thoughts, wherever you are
  • Jot

    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

  • Amie

    Graph-based notebook for researchers and data scientists.

    Build your knowledge base: structure, connect and explore all your research assets in one app.

  • Summit Day Planner

    This is *not* just another to-do list app: Fully-integrated calendar client, events can be completed like tasks, drag & drop tasks and events to the week or month calendar to reschedule, checklists on events, powerful repeat, notes tab and lots more...

  • Burfi

    A simplest way to take notes without leaving your browser.
  • Notin

    3.8★
    2 reviews

    notin helps you in reminding things you need to do, random numbers you do not want to save in your contacts and many more through the help of Notifications. The reminder doesn't pop-up or rings, it just sits there and still does it's job most efficiently.

    I like being able to leave the note open while capturing info between apps... BEFORE sending the note to the notification bar.

  • 1Memo

    Memo app for minimalists
  • UpNote for Android

    4.7★
    4 reviews
    Free
    UpNote is an elegant and powerful note-taking app that works across Android, Mac, Windows and iOS. Designed to make it easy to take notes and stay focused, UpNote combines a beautiful interface with a fluid workflow for a refined note-taking experience.
  • Gnotes

    A web app and chrome extension to take notes on YouTube Videos. This is in it's beginning stages and I'm looking for feedback. Thank you!
  • Notepin 2.0

    Notepin is a platform to write beautiful notes ✍️

    - No signup required 👀

    - Create a blog with your own custom domain 📚

  • vdNote

    vdNote is a really cool way to watch and share noteworthy moments in YouTube videos. Paste a link of a video and start watching. Start typing a note at any moment and the video stops while you write. It then timestamps your note to that point in the video so others can see the context. It's even easy to share a note to @twitter!

  • Cheetah Note

    3.3★
    1 review

    Always we are looking for apps to quickly take a note. And most of the apps starts simple but overtime features are added up finally become a word processor. (One of them is iOS stock note app. 😂) So, here comes another cliche, I made by myself. Introducing Cheetah Note. A note app with simplicity at its core.

    I've been using Cheetah Note for over an year now, highly recommended for anything from a quick note to essays 🙌🏻

  • WingNotes

    WingNotes was built to help keep notes organized and readable, yet easy to use.
    It specifically shines in organizing referential-notes — ie. notes that follow a description-and-reference structure — such as those used for studying or documenting.
  • ThoughtPad 2.0

    An updated version of ThoughtPad, an app that automatically & quickly saves anything you type on your screen into your browser.

  • ruff

    Writing on the go should be fun.
    Stashing your progress natural.
    Coming back to it easy.
    Passing it on fast.
    ruff is your writing's pocket-sized best friend.
  • Knowvid

    Knowvid helps you learn from online videos by providing you a proper environment to learn. Search for videos which come through an education filter. Organize learning by grouping videos together into playlists which is shareable to contacts. Add personal notes to each videos to note down your insights. Access your content across multiple devices.