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About Ahantate

  1. I'm a fan of Geeknote myself. It's entirely command-line based, and it does the job well enough for me. GUI-wise, I used NixNote for a time, but I think I ran into a few issues with it and just decided to not worry about it.
  2. I think there's a good point here. Setting aside supported distributions, and package managers... would Evernote be Qt or GTK? Command Line options? As much as I would like to say otherwise, I think we as Linux users need to accept that we are never going to be a targeted OS for Evernote. Geeknote is solid for Terminal fans, and Nevernote is an option for GUI. If you want something that's 100% Native, Turtl is an option, and can be self hosted.
  3. What would make Thinkery better than Evernote? I'm looking at their website, and I see no mention of any Linux client, just their web and mobile apps. If that's all they're offering, there's no major benefit over using the Evernote web app, unless there's something I'm missing.
  4. As someone that is using Linux Mint currently, I'd have to ask the various posters if they have tried NixNote as an alternate client in Linux? I mean, sure I'd love to see a native client, but Evernote has indicated in the past that they do not plan on developing one. There are ways to work around it, and I believe people have had decent luck with WINE.
  5. What you could do is set Google Now's "Make a Note" function point to Evernote. I think you can then set one of the buttons to start the voice recognition feature. Workflow would be something like this: * Press Voice Recognition Button * Speak "Make a note. <note here>" The note would then be transcribed, and saved to your default notebook. The only real downside to that is it always saves the note with the title of Note to Self.
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