BasKet Alternatives

    BasKet is an open-source note manager for KDE. With its comfortable, familiar interface and freeform notes, it's captured a loyal base of fans. However, the app is only for Linux and requires KDE, which might be a bit heavy for some users. Many lighter weight options can be found with the portable filter and the list can be narrowed down with Markdown support and integrated-search.

    Alternatives for Mac and Windows are vast while some other great options hold their own for Linux. Some newer and bigger name note tools have managed to cover all those platforms as well as Android and iOS.

    This page was last updated Sep 6, 2021

    1. Notate allows you to capture, organize and share all your ideas. All information remains secured within your own network. No additional servers are required.
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    2. ThinkingRock open source and multi-platform software for Getting Things Done - the stress-free productivity methodology and international best selling book by David Allan. [ http://en.wikipedia.
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    3. MemoMaster is a free outliner software to create, administer and reference texts and calculations in the familiar tree structure. It enables intuitive searching, browsing, and organization of information.
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      Buho is a note-taking app. Buho will let you take quick notes, save links, create books and pages for taking classes notes. It is free and multi-platform, and open source under the LGPL v3 License. Index is made with Mauikit.
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    4. Incollector is an application to collect various kinds of information (like notes, conversation logs, quotes, serial numbers, source code, web addresses, words). All the entries can be tagged, so you can find them very easily.

      Discontinued

      The project is no longer developed since 2012 and the official website is not available anymore. The Linux version is no longer downloadable, but last Windows version, 1.2, can be still downloaded from Wayback Machine.

    5. Flashnote is a quick notes manager created for such cases. When you need a rough copy to save or to process some pieces of a text, Flashnote is small, quick and convenient. Press the shortcut-key combination and a rough copy is on the screen in a flash of a second.
    6. Hypernotes is a way to store ideas in the same way that you think them. Notes can be created with images and text, organized in a tree structure and connected with internal hyperlinks. Written in Java, so it works wherever you go. (Requires Java 1.6)
    7. Clean and handy notes on your monitor side. • Beautiful, clean user interface • Always on your side. Hidden or shown • Markdown text formatting or no formatting • Pictures.
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