Simplenote, one of the most popular note-taking apps which was first started on iOS, now is available for Linux Desktops.
Simplenote blog announced the release of Simplenote for Linux (and Windows) on Tuesday. It’s an open-source application that is built with React and runs on Electron.
- History: drag the History slider to view previous versions.
- Collaboration: share your note with others and allow them to edit.
- Publishing: make your note public with its own URL.
- Tags: organize your notes effectively with tags.
- Pinning: pin notes right from the note list so they’re easy to find.
- Markdown support:
- Enable globally in Preferences -> Writing -> Enable Markdown.
- Enable in single note by selecting the Info panel icon and toggle the Markdown setting.
Install Simplenote in Ubuntu:
Download the .deb package from its website, then click install via Software Center.
Simplenote for Linux now is in 1.0.0 release. Report bugs and ask requests at github.com/Automattic/simplenote-electron/issues
Amazingly the new Simplenote
has no Ubuntu Linux 32 bit version (?).
Can’t use it…
You’re not alone…I can understand why more devs are focusing on 64-bit technology since it’s 2016 after all…but one of the appeals of Linux for a lot of people I think is that it runs better on older machines than Windows…like this laptop from 2009 that is still going strong…so I think it would be a good idea to still develop 32-bit alternatives for people in this kind of boat with older machines running Linux :)
Having trouble with running it om Mint Mate 17.3 x64
(electron) companyName is now a required option to crashReporter.start
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