iHave.to is described as 'A plain multiuser memo board with realtime support and client-side AES encryption to ensure your privacy not only on the transport way' and is an app in the Office & Productivity category. There are more than 10 alternatives to iHave.to for a variety of platforms, including Windows, Android, Online / Web-based, Mac and Linux. The best alternative is Milanote, which is free. Other great apps like iHave.to are Notebook PEA (Free, Open Source), fSekrit (Free), Sec Notes (Free) and CrocodileNote (Free, Open Source).
- 11 alternatives
- An android app for writing and storing AES-128 encrypted notes. Supports notes, checklists and even spreadsheets. It is the only app in play store offering multiple security options like password protection, pattern lock and pin lock. View 325 alternatives to Sec Notes
- Free • Proprietary
- Store your most valuable notes in a LockNote. Hide your everyday notes in a safe place. Application and document in one: the mechanism to encrypt and decrypt a note is part of it. View 18 alternatives to Locknote
Last update from 2013, see https://sourceforge.net/projects/locknote/
- Free • Open Source