CherryTree Alternatives for Linux
Obsidian is a note-taking app that lets you create a personal knowledge graph with ease. It is designed for non-linear thinking and allows you to easily link your notes together wiki-style.
- - Obsidian is the most popular Windows, Android, Mac & iPhone alternative to CherryTree.
- - Obsidian is the most popular free alternative to CherryTree.
Comments about Obsidian as a Alternative to CherryTree
Very similar format. Obsidian will be better for most people as it has many plugins.
CherryTree is faster and open-source.0
I don't see a way to import webpages in Obisidian like I do with CherryTree if you save a webpage as CompleteHtml. I'm still new with it all, but I somehow find CherryTree easier to use and more organized.0
CherryTree feels like an ancient WIP beta of Obsidian. I used to be a CT guy for 2 yrs but as of late 2020 I'm an Obsidian convert. It does everything that CT can but with panache and speed. And of course it does a lot more.-1
Joplin is a free, open source note taking and to-do application, which can handle a large number of notes organised into notebooks. The notes are searchable, can be copied, tagged and modified either from the applications directly or from your own text editor.
- - Joplin is the most popular Self-Hosted alternative to CherryTree.
- - Joplin is the most popular Open Source alternative to CherryTree.
Comments about Joplin as a Alternative to CherryTree
Wasn't impressed w/Joplin first time, but now that I have CherryTree, I reinstalled Joplin to compare. I quickly notice that I can't import webpages like with CherryTree complete html import. Then when I paste an article clipping into Joplin, it doesn't show the imported clickable links like CherryTree and Obsidian do. Uninstalling again.0
It supports hierarchical note1
It is not hierarchical note2
Zim brings the concept of a wiki to your desktop. Store information, link pages and edit with WYSISYG markup or directly typing some lightweight markup syntax and see it previewed as-you-type. Creating a new page is easy by either clicking on the "Create new note"...
Comments about Zim as a Alternative to CherryTree
Same concept, but stores data in plain text file, so you can browse your notes even without the app. For example on Android with any text editor.1
I prefer Zim because it is clean, can portable, and saves to .txt.0
I use Zim & CherryTree both.1
Unlike CherryTree, Zim hates Windows with a passion, and it's no longer supported as of 2019. Also, no dark theme. CT's UI feels snappier, faster. Other than that, Zim & CT are very close.-1
WYSIWYG editor, hierarchical structure, plain text files, versioning (handles git). Great tool!3
Made by the company behind WordPress, Simplenote enables users to take notes, lists, and ideas. These notes are stored on the cloud and are accessible across multiple devices.
Comments about Simplenote as a Alternative to CherryTree
It is not the equal of cherry notes. It is a great note ap for all three. I have been using cherry tree for several years and it is great. I will use the android version when it comes out. I use simple note with cherry notes and I will continue as it is a good lite weight application and easy to use and quick.2
Just as easy to use as Cherry tree and is multi-platform. (no cherry tree on Mac). I have to use Windows (work). I use Mac (home) use Ubuntu for work notes. (my choice).0
Not the same. No multi-level sub-folder system.18
I can't add images to the notes0
Does not have hierarchical note ability14
AppFlowy is an open source alternative to Notion. You are in charge of your data and customizations.
Trilium Notes is a hierarchical note taking application.
Trilium Notes Features
Dynalist is a web app that lets you break down and organize your thoughts in the format of lists.
Whether it's bookmarks or passwords, files or shopping lists...Turtl organizes it all and makes it easy to find later. Sync across your devices. Leave nothing behind.
The last update is from 2019.
Comments about Turtl as a Alternative to CherryTree
Cherrytree has mutch more options (tables, blob-fields) for saving files.0