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I bought something once. Realised it was a Chinese ripoff of a Mac product (including the image), reported it and got my money back. They didn't remove the app though.
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(Then there are web programs. Does Quip, Qippa, Clibu, Nimburs, the CMS WebAsyst or other online programs ever work effectively in this manner? This is another question. I always think that the functionality will be reduced when you get to nitty-gritty stuff.)I don't really know if they work effectively. I never really consider them because I need to be able to work when I don't have access to net; so local is essential for me. Cloud is OK if it is on top of local.
I might well return to RightNote for this element, its Windows implementation I always felt was crisp and solid.Agreed, but I haven't been using it recently because it's not multi-platform. That won't bother you if you wouldn't use it on iOS. Very traditional approach and I like the spreadsheet and tables.
I like multi-platform, Evernote does that, but it is not really (to me, so far) a Research Assistant, like I think RightNote and Scrivener might be.My usage is primarily Windows & Android, but also need iOS sometimes.
Can you explain a bit more of how you like the various products in multi-platform? My multi is mostly Windows PC and iOS Tablet. Are they keeping your info in the cloud, Evernote style? (Which does allow action when offline.) Is there a modest or large cost? Which one do you like the most.
I need a master research and/or writing assistant. (This is in addition to using Linoit as the visual traffic cop.)
I like RightNote, it just wasn't the ... ahem.. right note for me. Own a license and I used it for a while, but I just prefer how I can write notes anywhere on OneNotes pages and also the syncing abilities with my Android phone and certain notebooks for work purposes. It just works.Ditto-TucknDar (December 03, 2017, 12:04 PM)
What platforms do you utilize? Just Windows and Android?Mostly Windows & Android. iOS sometimes. Linux rarely atm.-wraith808 (December 01, 2017, 05:50 AM)
Can you unpack that last bit? I'm assuming that it is shorthand for software (OneNote = One?) But I didn't think that OneNote was cross-platform, unless you mean a limited version of cross platform. And Simple- I equated it to Simplenote, but that may be wrong.Quite right. Felt too repetitive, but I've now amended in favour of clarity.-wraith808 (November 30, 2017, 07:57 PM)
The new cms version of the site will go live this monthAlready next month for me-mouser (November 30, 2017, 05:57 PM)
My current configuration:I was looking for views on Winstep & ObjectDock today and came across this.-wraith808 (May 05, 2017, 07:37 AM)
Have you tried Toodledo?
That's what I use with Pocket Informant to have my data available where ever I want it.-wraith808 (September 16, 2016, 11:15 AM)
@DoormouseMoo.do seemed quite interesting until I noticed the price for Google sync . But very much designed around email management and I don't need another email app. And it only has a Chrome app rather than a full Windows client.
There is Moo.do that now has some Google integration (haven't tried it, I'm happy using WorkFlowy with HandyFlowy on iOS).-dr_andus (September 16, 2016, 12:08 PM)
I feel like I’ve spent much of my life looking for ways to keep synchronized calendars on my desktop computer and whatever portable device I was usingVery much ditto-xtabber (September 12, 2016, 02:00 PM)
I remember Pimlical from the old Palm days. Market leader then.If added sophistication is needed, there is always Pimlical (to sit on top of the Google Cal feed).-dr_andus (September 11, 2016, 06:56 AM)
That's an example of a web site design that completely made me lose my interest in finding out about the software. It's pretty terrible design.-wraith808 (September 11, 2016, 06:03 PM)