A free note-taking app for Android.
- Free • Open Source
- Note-taking Tool
- Android Tablet
What is neutriNote?
neutriNote is an all-in-one preservation of written thoughts, be those text, math (LaTeX), rich markdown, drawings, etc., in fully searchable plain text (universal UTF-8).
Uncluttered UI - Fine-tuned user interface elements to reduce app switching. Accessible search filters for precise navigation to your note contents with minimum taps.
Customization - Your workflow can be further automated by Tasker, Barcode Scanner, ColorDict, and other add-ons, or by connecting neutriNote's repository to web-based services. Options available to deep configure your note taking process.
Backup - Multiple ways to backup your notes. Freedom to pick a cloud backbend that works for you: open source P2P Syncthing, Dropbox, or third party Google Drive, Box, OneDrive components.
Cost - Totally free. No hidden permission (see below). Optional add-ons can be purchased to support its development.
App Permissions Explained:
Location access for location based search
Camera access for built-in barcode scanner
Storage access for core functions
Permission required by Sony devices
and 2. can be denied/revoked as needed either from Settings or via Marshmallow's runtime permissions.
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- 15 Forks
- 14 Open Issues
Comments and Reviews
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Recent user activities on neutriNote
- RemovedUser added Dark Mode as a feature to neutriNoteRe
- RemovedUser thinks Standard Notes is an alternative to neutriNote
- RemovedUser reviewed neutriNoteRe
A simple note-taking app for Android that lets you import html, date stamps and some other nice bits and pieces. More functional than Simplenote, for example.
It's refreshing also that it doesn't try to force you to use any particular service to sync your notes. You can choose a folder on you Android phone and have a sync service of your choice upload your data.
However, there was a bug: if you change the folder where your data should be sitting, you lose your notes - it doesn't bring them over. Hmm...