Notewise

notewise

Web site: www.notewise.dev Category: Office Subcategory: Notes Platform: Android, iOS License: Proprietary Interface: GUI Wikipedia: First release: 2022 Notewise – a note-taking application for Android and iOS users. More than just an app, Notewise serves as your digital brainstorming companion, allowing seamless collaboration across multiple platforms. Capture thoughts and sketches effortlessly on your device, organize … Read more

Aurora Browser

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Web site: brotsoft.com (not active) Category: Network Subcategory: Web browsers Platform: Windows License: Proprietary Interface: GUI Wikipedia: First release: 2015 Aurora Browser – a web browser crated by Chinese corporation called Brotsoft Technology Co., Ltd., which was founded in January 2014 in Beijing as the specialist Software Development Company. Aurora Browser is an alternative browser … Read more

Microsoft OneNote

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Web site: www.onenote.com Category: Office Subcategory: Notes Platform: Android, iOS, OS X, Windows License: Freemium Interface: GUI Wikipedia: Microsoft OneNote First release: November 19, 2003 Microsoft OneNote – a computer program, a notebook working in graphic mode intended for creating and organizing notes. OneNote first appeared in Microsoft Office 2003. It is also available as … Read more

Wavebox

wavebox

Web site: wavebox.io Category: Network Subcategory: Web browsers Platform: Linux, OS X, Windows License: Proprietary Interface: GUI Wikipedia: First release: Wavebox – a secure, private and feature-rich Chromium browser that’s built for productive working across web apps. It has multiple account login, unified search, workspaces, extensions, chatGPT assistant, and more. Wavebox is a productivity browser … Read more

Memonic

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Web site: memonic.com (not active) Category: Office Subcategory: Notes Platform: OS X, Windows, iOS, Android License: Freemium Interface: GUI Wikipedia: Memonic First release: 2011 Memonic – a free web-based notetaking application that allows users to save and organize information while conducting research online and offline. A clip may be a full webpage or webpage excerpt, … Read more

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