Keep It

Robust Evernote alternative.

Keep It is a notebook, scrapbook and organizer, ideal for writing notes, keeping web links, storing documents, images or any kind of file, and finding them again. Available on Mac, and as a separate app for iPhone and iPad, Keep It is the destination for all those things you want to put somewhere, confident you will find them again later.

Reviews
  • Amir
    AmirResearcher
    Pros: 

    Clean Design, Reasonable Price

    Cons: 

    Sluggish, Not Robust, and Buggy

    I don't want to sound harsh but I've tried this for a while, both the iOS and macOS app. They are fine, but not great. You'll face strange bugs every know and then, and the app starts to behave unstable as soon as you push it. I would not recommend it. A solid alternative would be DEVONthink.

    Amir has used this product for one year.
  • Pros: 

    Clean, great tagging/filtering, supports all file types, selective folder/list sync

    Cons: 

    (Initial) syncing can be sluggish

    Great app, cross between "Everything drawer" (Devonthink) and note taking (Evernote). Cheap compared to both, well designed. I especially like

    1. the tag-based filtering options,

    2. that it uses the (macOS) file system (you can browse all lists in the Finder, tags are written to the files), and

    3. that i can selectively sync (download) files and folders on iOS.

    Also: Very fast response to my support questions.

    F.E. has used this product for one month.
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Nick Walter
Nick Walter@nickchuckwalter · Teaching code the fun way.
Haha you weren't joking about robust haha
John Foster
John Foster@jhon_foster · QA
good
Justin E. Harris
Justin E. Harris@envisionwithj · visionary, creative director
Does this have OCR?
Blazej Dzikowski
Blazej Dzikowski@blazej_dzikowski
@envisionwithj it has as of new version
SHE BASH
SHE BASH@shebashio · SHE BASH LLC
any beta?
Adrian
Adrian@amejiarosario · https://AdrianMejia.com
What’s the main difference from Evernote?