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  • Michael Johnston

    Greetings! I’m a Simplenote developer. Thanks for including us on your list even though Simplenote is not quite what you’re looking for yet.

    I wanted to point out that Simplenote does indeed have web syncing. It’s probably the biggest reason people use it, actually. The syncing happens automatically and wirelessly, and it works with our web app and a variety of desktop apps, like Notational Velocity, JustNotes, Nottingham and DashNote.

    Simplenote also has sorting by name, creation date, or modification date. But no sorting by folders since we don’t have those yet.

    We appreciate reading about what’s important to you. Perhaps you can give the next major version of Simplenote another try when it’s released, since it will include a lot of the features on your list.

    • Admin

      Hi Michael,

      Thanks for your comment, I did made the necessary changes to reflect your comment, however, I still think Daily Tracker comes on the top.

      But cannot wait to see your the new version of Simplenote.

      Good luck with the development and making it perfect.


    you should check out fliq notes from mark|space missing sync:

  • Stew

    Your Evernote mini-review has some mistakes in it. As a long-time user, they were easy to spot.

    Evernote absolutely allows syncing to the web, back to their main site, as well as syncing to the desktop application (PC or Mac). That’s one of their biggest strengths, that you can access your data from everywhere.

    It supports folders, which they call notebooks. Create as many as you want, share some publicly with selected users. Limit searches to just that folder, etc.

    Text created on the web or PC/Mac applications supports changing font sizes.

    It also supports creating notes from pictures in the iPhone Camera Roll and from a webcam on the PC client. Additionally, there’s a FireFox addon that lets you clip web pages directly into your notebooks, plus you can email notes to a special email account, which will save to your desired notebook. I use the email feature all the time to save important documents, photos, web addresses, etc.

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  • James

    An app called FieldNotesPro came out last month:

    Pretty cool app. I use it when I’m out in the field taking notes for engineering. It lets you attach geolocation to your notes and export as PDF or Google Earth KMZ files. Might not be as good as your mentioned apps for everyday notetaking, but it offers a lot of nice features for people in engineering or geology. You can record photos, audio, and video and hook up to FTP or DropBox as well.

  • Jdferag

    DailyTracker is great in many ways, and it’s one of the only notes apps that allows subfolders. The problem is though, that when you sync your notes to Google Docs, your folder STRUCTURE does not sync. When you sync a folder structure to Google Docs it will sync your folders, but in Google Docs your folder structure will become flat.

  • TheeGooch

    These are glaringly incorrect statements about Evernote –
    No Folders and Subfolders – Notebooks are folders. But no sub-notebooks
    No Web syncing – sync with your Evernote account.

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  • Mikemike26ny

    Crap You Can’t Forget is by far the best note taking app I’ve come across. It’s loaded with features and has a comical twist to it.