Alternatives to Nebulous Notes for all platforms with any license

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    mvilla Draft

    Draft is a text editor for Android devices that supports Markdown, MultiMarkdown, syncing via Dropbox and offline support. Features Create, view and edit plain text and Markdown/MultiMarkdown notes Organize all your...

    Commercial Android Android Tablet

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    Notesy

    Notesy is a note-taking app for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad, backed by the power of Dropbox. With Notesy, your notes are synced over-the-air, to and from your Dropbox as plain text files. Take a note on your iPhone or iPad...

    Commercial iPhone iPad

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    PlainText 2

    PlainText is a simple, paper-like text editor. Handles all of your plain text files (.txt, .md, .html, etc) and syncs with Dropbox and iCloud. Features: · Folders - keep your documents organized · Extended keyboard - quick access...

    Free iPhone iPad

  • Coastline icon

    Coastline

    Coastline is a simple minimalist text file editor. Handy and fast, it allows you to create, open, edit and save plain text files. Features: - Minimalist design - Opening, editing and saving plain text documents - Changing font...

    Free Android

  • TextDrop

    TextDrop is the fastest way to edit text files in your Dropbox using a web browser. It’s meant to be used in situations where you don’t have Dropbox installed, like when you’re at work. Writers, artists, programmers, students and...

    Commercial Mac Web / Cloud

  • Minutes Text Notes icon

    Minutes Text Notes

    Minutes is a minimal text editor designed for those who rely heavily on note taking in plain text and do not want their notes to be tied in to a specific note taking app. Notes created by Minutes can be exported/imported to and from...

    Free Android

Nebulous Notes Comments

The fullscreen mode of Nebulous Notes is really confusing t ...

Comment by OmgItsTheSmartGuy
about Nebulous Notes Jun 2011

The fullscreen mode of Nebulous Notes is really confusing to control. There's the fullscreen mode without a keyboard, the fullscreen mode with a keyboard, the normal mode without a keyboard, and then the normal mode with a keyboard. This might not sound that confusing, until you realize that there's only one button to control all of these modes. It definitely takes a bit to get used to.

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