Redberry Alternatives

    Redberry is described as 'Collect your thoughts with this minimalist, but powerful Notes / To-Do app. Features include offline support, infinite nesting, search, and sync between devices' and is an website in the Office & Productivity category. There are more than 50 alternatives to Redberry, not only websites but also apps for a variety of platforms, including Windows, Mac, iPhone and iPad. The best alternative is Notion, which is free. Other great sites and apps similar to Redberry are Evernote (Freemium), CherryTree (Free, Open Source), WorkFlowy (Freemium) and Dynalist (Freemium).

    This page was last updated Sep 6, 2021

    1. With so many tools, it's hard to keep everyone on the same page. Notion is a new tool that unifies them all. It's like Google Docs, but everything is organized and discoverable by your team. Real collaboration in real-time.
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      Evernote is a cross-platform, freemium app designed for note taking, organizing, and archiving.
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    2. A hierarchical note taking application, featuring rich text and syntax highlighting, storing data in a single xml or sqlite file.
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    3. Workflowy lets you organise your brain into easily manageable lists. It also works as a single-pane outliner with inline notes. It offers one-click hoisting (zooming into branches). The online version syncs with mobile apps.
    4. Dynalist is a web app that lets you break down and organize your thoughts in the format of lists.
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    5. Org-mode is for keeping notes, maintaining ToDo lists, doing project planning, and authoring with a fast and effective plain-text system.
    6. Cryptee is a safety and privacy focused, encrypted and cross-platform personal data storage service. You can write personal documents, notes, journals, store photos and all sorts of other files.
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    7. You can keep notebooks stored in plain-text and have them synchronized with a directory on your mobile device, SD card, Dropbox, or over WebDAV.
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    8. Working on a project, researching a topic or writing an article? Walling makes it easy to break down your ideas, refine them and visually organize them.
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    9. Moo.do is a notepad, a to-do list, and an outliner, but with advanced features that make the cloud-based application much more useful than any of those tools would be on their own.
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