After using the app for a little while I do have a mixed feelings about it. Originally I am looking for an alternative to Microsoft OneNote which I could use on Linux and mobile Apple/Android devices. Ideally something simple to store text + pictures with an easy way to manipulate the elements around the page like in OneNote does. While I do care about security, this is not an absolutely "must have" feature, rather its a good bonus. Pros Linux support, multiplatform, simple interface, sync features Cons Non-subscription version would not let insert pictures, nor you'd have any text/picture manipulation capabilities. There is only 1 subscription option which includes all features while in reality I might use only 1 or 2 of these extras. Summary Paying 50$ subscription for a year of use feels like a very aggressive marketing, it rather diverts me from the S. Notes. On the other hand, I would be glad to pay a few dollars as a one-time purchase to enable one of the extra editors and may be a folders feature. I rated the app with 1 star for its aggressive positioning of paid subscription. Otherwise it looks nice and works well.