Notenik is a simple yet powerful and flexible system for taking, collecting and organizing Notes.
Each Note is stored in its own plain text file. A folder full of Notes becomes a Collection. Create as many Collections as you like, and store them wherever you like. Store them in iCloud Drive, or in your Dropbox folder, and let them sync to your other devices.
Each Note consists of one or more fields: minimally, a Title and a Body, but you can add more, based on your needs for a particular Collection. Use Markdown to format the Body of your Notes (including footnotes, citations, definition lists and Math equations!).
Add Tags to your Notes to see them organized by topic or some other system. Each Note can have multiple tags, and each tag can have multiple levels. Tags are stored within the text files, so they will sync along with your Notes to other devices.
Add a Link field to your Notes and use them as Bookmarks, or simply to reference additional information for a Note.
You can also add Date and Status and Recurs fields to your Notes, and them use them as a To Do system.
Import and export and share your Notes using a variety of different formats.
Notenik is open-source software and free.
Expanded Collection Table of Contents command to work when collection is sorted by Date + Seq; Added a starter pack to use as a Travel Planner; Added a starter pack containing code snippets to use with Notenik; Fixed a couple of bugs affecting note file parsing, and table generation when lines end with two or more spaces; Added some much-needed documentation for use of the Scripter window.
Ratings and Reviews
A hidden powerhouse
At first glance, Notenik has loads of potential to become one of Mac OS's premier notetaking applications. For one, it's a native app, which gives it a sophisticated advantage over most software that is by-and-large running on Electron (bleh).
Under hood is a lot more than what you'd expect upon downloading it. Notenik's use of templating and scripting allow users to turn their notes into static sites, and I could imagine many other things provided they take the time to read the documentation, reach out to Herb Bowie (the developer) and use their imagination.
Notenik reminds me of certain Legacy apps like MacJournal and Circus Ponies Notebook/Notetaker. They provide a welcoming UI with a robust UX that allows users to leverage the extensiveness of the software to empower themselves creatively.
Clean, Uncluttered, Easy to Use
Great native app. A great, clean look that is highly useful. The options for your lists and collections are just right - you get enough options for customization without being too overwhelmed with tons of features.
Makes for a great content calendar if you have to publish often.
Best of all, no emails from developers and all my notes are totally safe in icloud or directly on my device.
Great App for Knowledge bases!
A great concept, and the fact that the app is free, makes it really useful to many people.
I hope you can help with one feature request - can we have markdown tables also rendered? (by the way, the first renderer "Down" is the only one that functions correctly for most types of markdown syntax I've checked. The other two render incorrectly.)
Thank you for making such a nice app!
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- Herb Bowie
- 12.8 MB
- Requires macOS 10.14.6 or later.
- Age Rating
- 17+ Unrestricted Web Access
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