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Old 02-12-2017, 05:36 PM   #1
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LXer: NixNote An Unofficial Evernote Client For Linux/Ubuntu/Fedora

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Evernote is arguably the most popular and powerful note-taking tool available. You can save notes in different forms like text, pictures, videos, voice memos and web pages. There are clients available for the web, desktop operating systems (Windows and Mac) as well as mobile devices (Android and iOS) but none for the Linux desktop. There are a few third-party options available including GeekNote, Everpad and NixNote.



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