Google Keep → Competitors
A personal note-taking app for everyone.
When to use Google Keep
Ideal for taking notes and keeping personal thoughts organized.
When to use Notejoy
If you want to keep your remote team or external partners & clients on the same page in the simplest, lightest-weight tool available, Notejoy is for you.
When to use Amplenote
Amplenote is built foremost for power users: people whose livelihood depends on staying organized and communicating richly. Note takers need the smallest number of features that can support the broadest variety of uses.
When to use Roam Research
Roam helps you organize your research for the long haul. You can mix and match and use filters to do a ton of things inside it like Bullet Journaling, Project Management, Building a Second Brain, Progressive Summarization, 5 Minute Journal, etc
When to use GetCommit
GetCommit is geared for remote-heavy teams with 20 people and more. The team runs many siloed systems and things are getting lost in Slack and email
When to use Notion
For teams who use multiple collaboration tools such as docs, spreadsheets, asana etc. regularly but not extensively and want to switch to a singular app
When to use TheNote.app
• Save private notes with photo, video, generic file attachments and links
• Offline notes creation and search
• Pin notes on the first screen of your storage
• Background sync between devices
• Support for an unlimited number of devices for one account
• Use web interface at https://thenote.app to edit your notes on the big desktop screen
• Share notes
• No ads in app
• RTL support
When to use Obsidian
Obsidian lets you capture your ideas and take notes in text (Markdown) files, and most importantly, it easily connects your notes and visualizes connections among them