Logseq 4+

Logseq, Inc.

    • 4.6 • 182 Ratings
    • Free



A local, open-source knowledge base.

Logseq is a joyful, open-source outliner that works on top of local plain-text Markdown and Org-mode files. Use it to write, organize and share your thoughts, keep your to-do list, and build your own digital garden.

Logseq includes the following features:
1. Backlink
2. Knowledge Graph
3. Page and block references
4. Page and block embeds
5. Tasks & Todos
6. SRS Cards
7. Zotero integration
8. Youtube, Twitter, etc. integration
9. Audio recorder
10. Powerful queries
11. Whiteboards

What’s New

Version 0.9.18

- fix(mobile): incorrect asset resource path for custom css
- fix(sync): avoid check connectivity for non-sync graph
- For the full ChangeLog, please refer to the official docs

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
182 Ratings

182 Ratings

Frustrated forum connoisseur ,

Embracing linking folderless notes - fluid app

LogSeq is a fantastic took, it’s like Roam Research but much better (notice the app store rating). LogSeq’s desktop app is still new so I wasn’t expecting the ipad app to be fluid and smooth but it is, I haven’t encountered any bugs on iOS at all. For anyone considering trying LogSeq - try it! it’s *actually* free. You can sync notes with icloud, onedrive, or dropbox easily and access on a computer.
The system embraces sequential notetaking which may seem messy at first but when you start linking notes you’ll find that this folderless structure might actually be better for you. Folders get cluttered, in Logseq finding things feels more natural and faster than searching through folders, you find things through references and relationships. Worth a try, LogSeq is a game changer

Bushido7 ,

THIS is the app I’ve been trying to find for over a decade

I’ve tried a great many TODO, PKM & Note apps over 15 or so years. I’ve had some that worked for me for a long time, but having notes, tasks and habits separate also wore me down over time and would eventually look for something else.

THIS solution is what Ive needed. The integration of the daily journey into a PKM and todo app is fantastic. The shift in paradigm to everything being entered into your daily journal as an entry point is unexpectedly effective.

I am very happy with the app and will gladly pay for it once they get a service model in place for sync.

Geddesign ,

Painful mobile app

Logseq on desktop is pretty great. But the mobile app is frustrating to use. It's slow and janky overall but my two biggest complaints are:

1. Anytime you open the app, you have to wait about 10 seconds for it to finish syncing before you can use the app. Otherwise anything you type while the app is syncing will either get lost or it will overwrite something else you had written previously. This includes typing in the search box. If you're searching when the sink finishes, the search pain closes and loses what you were searching for. It's extremely annoying.

2. You can't drag to select text anymore without the app thinking you are trying to indent or unindent a block. So trying to turn some text into a link for example is an absurd experience.

App Privacy

The developer, Logseq, Inc., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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