Microsoft OneNote Alternatives for Chrome OS
Standard Notes is a simple and private notes app. It allows you to write and sync your notes across all your devices, iOS, Android, Linux, Windows, MacOS, and web browser.
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Comments about Standard Notes as a Alternative to Microsoft OneNote
Encrypted, very lightweight and not owned by Microsoft.0
Very, VERY BASIC, its open source and free but its basic and the features it offers are paid compared to one note's free model3
Good for those options to store online or sync between devices. Devices: Windows app, web-browser, android app...
I prefer this one than SimpleNote, in any case, to share between devices nowadays i recommend telegram or protectedtext. For text, Onenote. I didnt like turtl, joplin or elephant.0
Don't have sections or pages, just notes.0
The free version is only plain text editing - can't even paste images or use bold and italics. There simply aren't enough features in the free one to determine whether I like it enough to pay for premium.5
Xournal++ (a fork of Xournal) is a handwriting Notetaking software with PDF annotation support. Written in C++ with platform independent GTK, supporting Linux, e.g. Ubuntu, Debian, Arch, Suse, macOS and Windows 10. Supports Pen input like Wacom Tablets.
Comments about Xournal++ as a Alternative to Microsoft OneNote
Nearly similar interface. Lightweight, open source with latex support and voice notes. Flexible layout which was missing in xournal.1
With Xournal++ you own your notes and can save them wherever you want - you are not forced to store them somewhere in the cloud as it's the case with OneNote2
In the version available for Chromebooks, the option for typed text is not working.0
Cross-platform and well supporting stylus pens, Xournalpp implements most if not all funcionalities of OneNote, including recording audio alongside pen strokes. Plus, it's free and open source!0
It is full open source, Supports handwriting (stylus) Allows to create annotations on PDF-s (OneNote doesn't)0