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Snippetnote

📝 The note-taking app for the snippets you use often

Snippetnote is a note-taking app that makes your snippets easily viewable, accessible, and copy-and-pastable.

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22 Alternatives to Snippetnote

Note taking gets even simpler

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Mike Darkowski
Mike Darkowski- Habits beat tools.
I use Evernote and their mobile app Scannable. Search in Evernote works really well so no need to spend lots of time organizing things (of course you can) as long you know what receipt or warranty you're looking for.
Keir Williams
Keir Williams- Officer at @TheGreenParty
Basically my filing cabinet I can take everywhere. Never know when I'm going to need something, and I can find it quickly.
Kyle Hess
Kyle Hess- Fintech Product Manager
Because I'm a sucker and this thing has half of my brain saved in it.
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A simple single line code/commands manager

Hey guys ,
Have you ever had to remember the huge darkness of remembering single line commands .
Here is a tool for you to save and reuse them right from your menubar.

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Medium
After launching Snipper i spent a lot of time experimenting new frameworks and new app ideas . I have learned people using snipper really wanted something to store bash commands that can can easyly be stored and saved. So, i started building Snip an app that helps you store and share single line snippets/commands beautifully .
9 Alternatives to Snip

Snipper lets you directly manage your code snippets directly from your menu bar on Mac Os and Taskbar on Windows and Linux

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Achuth Hadnoor
Achuth Hadnoor- Launch an MVP in 2019 with MMR
I made this to scratch my own itch! to save all the code snippets in menu bar ! i can manage more effectively my code snippets easily from any app i am currently in.There is no tool which can do this now !
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Map, visualize & organize info the way the brain thinks

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Patrick Thompson
Patrick Thompson
TheBrain is designed to help you organize information the way you think. TheBrain helps you organize all of your ideas, files, goals, projects, etc. all together in a centralized repository which is easy for you to access and share. The software offers a dynamic visual display that is infinitely scalable. TheBrain is a living mind map with unlimited space. A… See more
15 Alternatives to The Brain

A beautiful note taking app running on Ethereum Blockchain

NoteChain is an app which allow users to write private and public notes on Ethereum Blockchain. A public note can be easily shared with a unique ID. The note can also be protected by a password so only the selected one can see it.

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Code snippet manager that runs on GitHub Gist

Gisto is a code snippet manager that runs on GitHub Gists and adds additional features such as searching, tagging and sharing gists while including a rich code editor.

All your data is stored on GitHub and you can access it from GitHub Gists at any time with changes carrying over to Gisto.

It's free and open source.

12 Alternatives to Gisto 2.0

Wiki-like note taking helping with the writing process

Perixi is a desktop app designed from the ground up to make it easier to plan your story. Whether you're an author, world-builder, or someone who likes creating, Perixi is designed to bring wiki-like links, images, and markdown-like editing to your process.

7 Alternatives to Perixi

New tab notes that sync across devices

Make your life more productive with every new browser tab you open. Take quick notes, and access them on the BriskNote mobile app and vice versa. BriskNote is the middle ground between oversimplified sticky notes and complex desktop note-taking software.

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