Tuesday, March 6, 2012


I use evernote. For those who don't know what evernote is, it's a note taking "cloud", supported by a Windows, MacOS, iOS, Android, Windows Mobile and plugins for the most of the popular web browsers. It is really useful, and I haven't stopped using it ever since I found about it.

And, yes, you guessed right. There is no version for Linux. The developers, though, at evernote.com give a nice statement about how they don't have the sufficient resources to support an OS with as small share in the desktop market as Linux.

True, or false, that statement is, an open source project called Nevernote fills the gap there. The software is very good that people at evernote.com list it as a replacement or equivalent to their application in the linux environment.

You can get Nevernote from here. It is available in both deb and rpm, for x86 and x64 computers.

One thing left to say, that the application name has  changed from Nevernote to NixNote.

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