Self-Hosted Google Keep Alternatives

    Google Keep is not available as a self-hosted solution but there are plenty of alternatives for power users and business that want to host a solution on-premise. The best Self-Hosted alternative is Standard Notes, which is both free and Open Source. If that doesn't suit you, our users have ranked more than 100 alternatives to Google Keep and many of them are available as a self-hosted solution so hopefully you can find a suitable replacement. Other interesting Self-Hosted alternatives to Google Keep are Turtl (Freemium, Open Source), Laverna (Free, Open Source), Trilium Notes (Free, Open Source) and Dendron (Free, Open Source).

    This page was last updated Oct 11, 2021

      • Free PersonalOpen Source
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      { wreeto } is a fast, cluttered-free knowledge organisation toolset. With { wreeto }, you can: - Take Notes: Write everything down in markdown format and quickly search to find data.
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    1. Encryptic is an open-source note-taking application heavily focused on encryption. When you start writing, no one will know what you write except for you. We don’t know and we don’t want to know. That’s between you and your work.
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      recordando (Spanish for remembering) is a program in which to keep your written thoughts This space has these characteristics: It presents a simple organization on screen (like post-it notes) It's safe and secure; it runs on your own computer and not on the Internet ...
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    2. Note Station allows your precious ideas to be synced from your own Synology NAS server device to all your computers and mobile devices with maximum privacy and security.
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      Dnote is a lightweight personal knowledge base. The main design goal is to keep you focused by providing a way of swiftly capturing new information without having to switch environment.
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    3. Quickly filter and search for notes using categories based on hash tags. Additional full text search allows to find notes, even without tagging and never lose an idea again.
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      Jotter is a lightweight, no database, powerful web notebook that lets you create and manage notes online safely, quickly & easily.

      Discontinued

      Last commit to the GitHub repo was in 2014.

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      Stay Organized Color-code your notes and use the favorites feature to keep your thoughts together. Lists Keep track of your day by creating checklists. Existing notes can be converted into checklists with a single tap, and items can be marked as done with another tap.
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    4. TakeNote was made by developers for developers - a simple, plain-text note-taking app for the web with Markdown support. What you see is what you paste. No WYSIWIG, no formatting pasted from the web, and no features you don't need or want.
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