Alternative products to Tempad

Tempad

Subscription-Free, Synced & Secured Markdown Notes.

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Tempad is a subscription-free, ad-free and simple yet innovative way of typing of note taking.

Featuring forever free syncing with iOS + Android without iCloud lock-in.

No hassle, no distractions, just you and your notes.

macOS: FREE

iOS: FREE

Android: Was planned. Cancelled.

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iA Writer 4

Embed images, tables and text as blocks of content in text

“A clean, simple writing environment…delightful.” – New York Times

iA Writer 4 is a writing tool for the brave, available on the desktop and mobile.

Adrian Oprea- Podcast host @DevTimeStories
I use this for distraction-free editing and because it plays well with my iCloud Drive / Google Drive.
Michael Quirke- Strategist, Brand Union
Really good on iPhone / iOS especially.
Jack DeManche- Strategist. Entrepreneur. Nice Guy.
This is the best writing app I've ever used. Clean and simple. No fluff. I love the Focus Mode and Reading Time (which is where Medium got the idea) features, plus it's available on all your favorite devices.
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Ulysses III

A powerful writing tool for Mac, iPad, and iPhone

Ulysses provides a pleasant, focused writing experience combined with effective document management, fast syncing and flexible export make Ulysses the first choice for writers of all kinds.

Ananggadipa Raswanto- Co-founder at House of Infographics
I love Ulysses the way I could publish easily to Medium/Wordpress website directly from the apps.
Collin Duncan- Self Employed
Surprised this isn't at the top honestly. Yeah, it's a little pricey (it's included with SetApp for $10 per month, though), but it's very much worth the price. I do a lot of writing and this is my immediate go to for anything. Built in publishing tools for Medium, stunning interface, incredibly stable. It does it all.
Joel Fischer- iOS Team Lead, Livio
By far my favorite long-form writing app on Mac. Clear and simple writing in Markdown with numerous output formats and styles. It was easy to create my own output style as well with a little digging. Simple, clean, beautiful, and powerful.
Medium
Today, we are switching Ulysses to a subscription model. The short story is this ( tl;dr): Our users expect a continuously evolving high quality product - and subscription is the only way we can truly deliver on that expectation. The following post then, is the long story.
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MWeb

Pro Markdown writing, note taking and static blog generator

H.Murchison
This is a darkhorse candidate. It's not as polished as some of the other tools but feature-wise it competes with anyone. Glad to see iOS apps now available adding further value to this gem.
Mikka Luster- cracking skulls and reading minds
After years of Ulysses, I have almost fully switched to MWeb. Its "External Mode" allows for the embedding of images, which are actually shown, tables are rendered in preview, and images can even be sent to a non-local destination before publishing. It supports Medium and WordPress, embeds and manages Hexo and Jekyll, and has dozens of other great features. … See more
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Stowe Boyd- futurist, researcher, imperfectionist
Actually a minimal task management solution. 1. For individual use, so none of the complexities of sharing, etc. 2. Tasks are implemented as Markdown checklists in text daily calendar entries and more general notes. Very flexible, but simple.
Stowe Boyd- futurist, researcher, imperfectionist
Now my daily journaling, task management, 'work processing app' which I discovered here on ProductHunt.
F.E.
Calendar-centric, plain-text task management. Has an iOS-App.
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What's one app you use a lot, that most people don't know about?

David SpinksCEO, CMX Media
f.lux - Adjusts your computer's display to adapt to the time of day
"Not sure how well-known f.lux is but it's a must-download for any Mac or Windows user. It automatically dims your computer screen in the e… See more
Grammarly - Clear, effective, mistake-free writing.
"I get more use out of this than I do most any other tool/app. I feel like everyday is a learning experience with Gramercy. My writing has i… See more
Alfred Remote - Supercharged remote control for your Mac (iOS)
"So easy, I use it many times a day for everything from a quick calculation to a search (web or computer) to a definition of a word."

What is one app that you can't live without?

Emily MillerGot App? => DiscoveringApps.com
Spotify - Any song. One tap away.
"Spotify is still the one app I would use. It's all about music man :)"

What are some apps you use every day?

Rorydesigner
Slack - Be less busy. Real-time messaging, archiving & search.
"It can be dizzying to consider how many Slack channels I'm running congruently. But I wouldn't want to communicate any other way."
Spotify - Any song. One tap away.
"I love Spotify!"
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What product do you use for taking notes on web/mobile?

Gaurav AgrawalCoder, Thinker, Curious observer
Evernote - Note taking gets even simpler
"It's easy to capture content in multiple formats (e.g. text notes, photos, bookmarks, screenshots, emails...) and on multiple platforms. Th… See more
Google Keep - Save your thoughts, wherever you are
"Possibly the best tool to use if you're already locked into the Google apps ecosystem. Love the fact that it syncs with my account and I ca… See more
Simplenote - Simple, lighter alternative to Evernote
"Simple, fast ... and free"
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