Alternative products to Notion for iOS

Notion for iOS

A collaborative editor for notes, tasks, and wikis

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A magical editor that blends real-time documents, wiki-like organization, and lightweight tasks into a single tool that can handle pretty much all of your knowledge and collaboration needs.

It also works offline and syncs great with the browser/Mac/Windows app!

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Coda is a new type of document that blends the flexibility of documents, the power of spreadsheets, and the utility of apps into a single new canvas.

Tom Mohr- Dude
Can set up projects exactly how you would like them to be organized. Extremely flexible and powerful, allows for people to look at the data however they want depending on needs. Extremely powerful operating power behind what looks to be a simple and elegant document editor.
The Verge
When Shishir Mehrotra worked at YouTube, he was struck by the relatively pedestrian tools that kept the site running. Mehrotra, who served as the company's head of product until he left in 2014, managed his team largely using a combination of Google Docs and Sheets.
TechCrunch
When you open a Google doc or a spreadsheet, you get a blank spreadsheet and some documentation as to what you can do with it - and that's pretty much where we've been for quite some time.
Mashable
A startup came out of three years in stealth Thursday with a simple goal: Make documents better. Called Coda, the startup has the ambitious goal of making a "doc as powerful as an app," reads the company's Medium post on the launch.
Product Hunt
After 3 years in stealth, Coda launched their "Excel killer" to the world.
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Agenda

Notes, your time has come

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.

Medium
TLDR; The note taking app Agenda is launching with a new sales model for Mac apps. On January 22nd, I am launching a new app for macOS: Agenda. When I say 'I', I really mean 'We', because Agenda was developed with Alexander Griekspoor and Marcello Luppi.
Agenda Community
We're very excited to let you know that we will official release Agenda on Monday Jan 22. It will be available from both agenda.com as well as from the Mac App Store, where you can now pre-order Agenda for free.
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Weava for Desktop

Organize your research and notes beautifully ✨

Weava for Desktop is a powerful toolkit for students, academics, and researchers to orgnanize and cite research in their papers. Now on Desktop ✨

Medium
Drag images on any website and a small box will appear on the left side of the Chrome screen saying "Drop here!". Drop the image in the box and it will save in the default folder. Click on the blue toggle button on the bottom right hand corner of the sidebar to disable / enable the Weava highlighter.
Medium
When GistNote was established in 2016, we focused on solving a problem that we faced as students - the inefficiencies of the research & writing process. We wanted to build a tool that streamlined the research writing process from the beginning (clipping research information), to the end (citations), so we built different features to fulfill this.
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Notejoy

Collaborative notes for your entire team

Notejoy is a collaborative notes app for your entire team. It helps you get your most important work out of the noise of email & Slack and into a fast and focused workspace. Thereby helping your team organize the vast majority of institutional knowledge that today never makes it to a doc or wiki.

Medium
Today I'm excited to announce the launch of the productivity app my co-founder Ada and I have been building over the last 2 years. Meet Notejoy , a better way to organize team docs.
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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.
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On the surface, Its an elegant task planner ... But under the hood, its features a unique data input mechanism that makes tasks entries a blaze with simple codes.

Taskcode 1.0 was featured by Apple (Prod>USA) and Product Hunt.

We are back with v 2.0 which is a complete revamp of the original & we are thrilled to share it with the World :)

Idownloadblog
This week's edition of our Apps of the Week roundup features an app for watching videos and listening to music together with your friends, a unique task manager, and a podcast client built for being social. And as always, we've selected two great new games for you to check out.
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Pretext

A powerful, clean Markdown & plain text editor for iOS 📝

‪Pretext is a simple but feature-filled Markdown and plain text editor that works seamlessly with iOS. This means you can open files directly from your Files app, and any changes are saved right back, available to use on other devices and in other applications. You keep full control of your files.

Macstories
I was editing a Markdown text file in Pretext yesterday, when it occurred to me how naturally I was able to create a document and upload it to GitHub without dealing with the limitations and workarounds that used to be commonplace in older versions of iOS. Here's a brief account of what happened.
Macstories
Last month I was delighted to discover a new plain text editor for iOS, Textor, that focused simply on the basics of text editing. Though I valued Textor's minimalism, one feature I did miss was support for Markdown styling. This hasn't been added to the app since then, but fortunately, I no longer have to [...]
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Quip 3.0

Work with people, not files. Now with spreadsheets.

Emily Hodgins- Community and Marketing, Product Hunt
Quip is a great internal tool for sharing documents with the whole team. You can create folders for sales collateral, definitions, roadmaps, internal policies - really anything you need - and then invite the team to view, comment and edit. You can also keep private files or just share with the relevant team / department. Highly recommend.
Kastan Day- Student
Quip is a fantasic note taking tool (think google docs, but with way more functionality, native offline support, desktop apps, and wonderful code formatting). It's also just crazy beautiful - I'm in love. They also recently added a bunch of mini apps that provide sleak calendar and task views and more.
Mike Coutermarsh- Code @ GitHub
I really love Quip. I don't think it covers your slide deck use case. But for documents and basic spreadsheets, it definitely does. I find it more approachable/easy to use than google docs.
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vdNote

Share noteworthy moments from YouTube videos.

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!

Hacker Noon
Hello everyone, I'm Moses and this is my first blog post. I wrote this post to give you my perspective on programming and to share a little bit about myself. When my dad was growing up, he played chess all throughout grade school and even took second in the state of Oregon when he was in 6th grade.
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Cheetah Note

A notes app that's more than just a word processor ✍️

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.

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Writemator

Based on the old WriteRoom app for iOS

Writemator is based on the old legendary WriteRoom app for iOS. Updated for iOS 11 with all bug fixes and new features.

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Writemator for iPhone is a text editor designed to help you focus on your work, rather than confusing you with lots of buttons, menus and options. It has less features when compared with traditional word processing packages. But its design is well thought out that you'll find writing on it a breeze.
Idownloadblog
This week's edition of our Apps of the Week roundup features a new minimal weather client, an app that tries to gamify productivity, and a distraction-free writing app. And as always, we've selected two great new games for you to check out. Tired of weather apps that are crammed with ads, graphs and other non-useful information?
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What's the best to-do app for Mac and iOS?

Diogo Ferreira
Todoist - Organize your life. Then go enjoy it.
"I totally agree with John, especially if you need a Google Calendar integration."
Wunderlist - Capture ideas, things to do and places to see
"From Microsoft.. one of the best app ever"
Things 3.0 - Complete revamp of the original, award-winning task manager
"I switched from Clear to Things this year. It's an extremely well designed app that oozes beauty, but also treads a very careful line betwe… See more

What are your favorite mobile applications for work?

Guillaume BardetMaker of Qlearly.com (Beta)
Slack - Be less busy. Real-time messaging, archiving & search.
"I also use slack"
Trello - Organize anything, together
"All our project boards, across teams are here and I check-in on mobile at least once a day, mostly during my commute."
Alto Mail - The new email client by AOL
"It's the best mail client for non-gmail app based mail accounts :) Works very well with Zoho as well Update: The irony is that I got a mai… See more
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