“Milanote is the Evernote for creatives.”
—Bryan Clark, The Next Web
COLLECT EVERYTHING IN ONE PLACE
- Write notes and to-do lists
- Upload photos from your camera
- Save text, images & links from the web
When you're back at your computer, Milanote's flexible drag and drop interface lets you organize your ideas and projects into visual boards.
SHARE WITH YOUR TEAM
Milanote boards can be a private place to think, or a shared workspace for collaboration—you're in total control of who sees what.
Anything you save to the app is instantly synced to all of your devices.
- Fixed the notification tab not displaying any notifications in some cases
- Fixed the notification tab crashing in some cases
- Added additional error parsing for Sign-in with Apple error
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
I wrote a book using Milanote!
I’ve been using the desktop version of Milanote since it launched and I love it! Milanote has the flexibility and intuitive interface that helps me keep control over my crazy ideas. I used it to gather ideas, quotes, and images for my soon-to-be published book and I developed a workflow that makes it my go-to app for creative projects. I love how the iPhone app integrates perfectly with the desktop/web. I use the iPhone app mainly for gathering materials and jotting down thoughts which I then organize on my desktop or laptop browser. This is a great asset for writers, teachers, and creatives (and shared boards help for collaboration).
Tool of Potential
There is a lot of potential and utility with this fluid board that satisfies white board lover and kabaan board style organization. While I still prefer to use a separate kabaan board for their focus on more utility, Milanote doesn’t disappoint in its ability to be a creative tool.
To me, if the developers can improve on these hot items this would be an easy 5 star tool.
There are MAIN flaws with this tool and they are utility and business model rather than the tool itself;
(1) No personal cloud storage backups, no backups of any sort. You can export boards to PDF, PNG, Text. However you cannot export to a Milanote file that can be uploaded, to restore a lost board.
(2) The ‘free’ version limits you to 100 items. That is extremely low and ties you down in creative flow. Referral boosting to the limit is minor. Double or triple that would feel better, and draw users to stay to complete projects rather than using 2-free tools.
(3) The ‘upgraded’ version is unlimited but is 120$ yearly. This is insult to injury when Trello (50$), GitKraken Boards (50$), and competitors are less than half the cost per year. big oof.
(4) There is no iPad version of their App. For creatives on the go, this challenges you when competitors have apps. I avoid the app and use the Safari browser on the go. I will use the iOS phone app to only do text or quick edits / additions.
A Content Creator’s Dream
I really wish I remembered how I discovered Milanote, but I found the desktop version before the app 3-4 weeks ago. I played around with it once before, but today I actually created my first Milanote to convey a website page design layout to a client. It came out exactly as I envisioned and it was easy to export & save so that I can email it to my client. Thank you and I’m excited to continue using this wonderful app!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.
Get things done within this app using just your voice.