• Announcements

    • Shane D.

      Evernote Business Beta - Spaces   12/20/2017

      We're very excited to announce the public beta of an upcoming rework for Evernote Business! To learn more, go Here
    • Shane D.

      2018 Evernote Webinars   01/04/2018

      To kick off the new year, we're excited to announce our  updated schedule for our series of webinars! Please check the events calendar to see which one works best for you!
    • Shane D.

      Upcoming Forum Change Announcement   02/14/2018

      Hi All! You may be seeing some changes with overall organization and layout of the discussion forums. You can learn more by going to the 'Upcoming Forum Change Announcement' in the 'Community Announcements' sub-forum!  
  • 0
daljeet singh

Need Evernote for Linux


Hello there,

I want to know what is the status of Evernote for Linux. I know why Evernote is not creating application for Linux. I'm using nixnote and works good but in 1-2 it downlods my notes from server and my notes is only text small size images size is less than 40mb. I want to fully functioned note taking application and I love Evernote that's why I'm finding way to use their services no doubts Evernote is best but I love Linux aswell. I don't want to compromise my security that's why I'm using Linux. 

     In 1-2 hours 2 two notes are downloaded form Evernote server to nixnote and still waiting for third note. Everything is mess-up nothing open like we see in Evernote application for other platforms. I shift to place where internet is very bad sometimes not working so I need application for linux. I try other client but nothing is good as Evernote app as.

  This is my request to please do something and spotify is also available for Linux so why not Evernote.


Share this post

Link to post

4 replies to this idea

Recommended Posts

  • 0
On 1/18/2018 at 11:43 PM, daljeet singh said:

 In 1-2 hours 2 two notes are downloaded form Evernote server to nixnote and still waiting for third note.

Have you filed a bug with NixNote?

Share this post

Link to post
  • 0

You might wish to check out another open source alternative that I describe in the neighboring thread. However, note that it's in alpha state now i.e. it's unpolished and too fresh to be considered reliable.

Share this post

Link to post

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now