Note programs are gaining popularity these days, with the three biggest perhaps being Microsoft’s OneNote, Google’s Keep and EverNote. OpenNote works in a very similar way, but focuses on easy access to a web-based service. You simply visit your URL and see a list of neatly displayed notes. You can add and change them easily, make folders and search. This is an open project and should remain free to use. The downside to this software is that it’s far less polished than the competition, so don’t expect full support, visual styles or perfect performance every time. The team are constantly updating it, however.
OpenNote offers web-based notekeeping
- Free note keeping on any web-capable device
- Avoid using the large companies
- No customer support
- Various bugs and issues such as offline note creation