Remember better

Index lets you save all your notes, links, and files in one searchable place.

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25 Reviews4.8/5
Index looks like a revamped Google Keep - available for Android and iOS, and as add-ons for Chrome and Mozilla. Soon to be available as apps for Windows and Mac.
@adithya Will take that as a compliment! Was a Keep user (among many others) for some time myself and it definitely offered some inspiration for Index. But Index is built as a layer above storage and traditional note apps like Keep, Evernote, Dropbox, and similar. It's built to be more of a configurable dashboard than just a bookmarking app. Personally I think of it more akin to Trello that holds anything and is waiting everywhere to catch anything you #tag. Also check out /commands in Index. It's thought provoking! We're super excited about a follow up release that is going to really demonstrate the power that a command dashboard can offer. We always wanted to build an evil genius control panel for the masses. But we instead decided to build a benevolent genius control for the masses. πŸ˜„ Thanks for hunting! βœ¨πŸ’Žβœ¨

This app has the capability of keeping me organized


It keeps ME organized


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Would love to be able to test this out; living in Canada and can't access in the Play Store.
@michaelibrooks fixing this today! πŸ€“
@michaelibrooks fixed for you and a lot of other countries! Thanks for pointing that out.
@michaelibrooks @0xc00010ff I am from Brazil and the App does does not appear too ps: remove geoblocking from your app att play and appstores becuase you are losing a lot of potential new users I loved the concept of the app to organize my ideas, resources and inspiration ;) BTW: Try allowing to signup also in the site Tks
@0xc00010ff unavailabe in Indonesia too
@renhard We've added Indonesia ❀️

Get it. You won't be sorry.


Sleek and powerful.


I want more.

Just installed the Android app and will get Chrome extension later. Looking to see if this will work for my daily work flow and tons of scribbled notes