Evernote is a great way to keep your digital notes, and life, in a single repository that’s searchable. While Mac and Windows users can use the full featured desktop clients, Linux users have had to use workarounds or rely on the web based version of Evernote to get by. Well, not anymore. NeverNote is an Evernote client that works on Linux, as well as Mac or Windows, and brings many of the same features you would expect from on a desktop client.
In addition to bringing the standard Evernote experience to your desktop, which means you can work offline, NeverNote brings some features you won’t find in the standard Evernote client.
- Support for multiple Evernote databases and logins
- Rotating images within a note
- Theme settings for your Evernote interactions
- Copy an existing note
- The ability to hide tags
- and many more
NeverNote is a free application that works on 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Linux. There are also versions of the application for Windows and Mac if you want to use these special features.
You can learn more about how to use NeverNote by checking out the shared Evernote notebook which covers how to use NeverNote and other items of interest.