The reMarkable Companion 4+

Official app to sync and share

reMarkable AS

    • 3.1 • 210 Ratings
    • Free



To use this app you need a reMarkable paper tablet.

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The reMarkable Companion for the reMarkable paper tablet is the perfect app to sync your content with other devices. It gives you easy access to all of your documents to view, organize and share.

Make sure you connect your reMarkable paper tablet to an account at before you sign in. You’ll need to use the same email or third party login for both your tablet and mobile app.

What’s New

Version 3.4.0

To work smoothly across devices and when switching between the apps and your paper tablet, we've made the syncing of your notes and documents as effortless as possible. With automatic sync, changes you make to an open document are stored in the cloud and appear on your desktop without having to close or put the paper tablet to sleep. So you can always pick up where you left off, and never have to worry about your latest notes appearing on your device.

Ratings and Reviews

3.1 out of 5
210 Ratings

210 Ratings

PepperTwotts ,

I really wish this app worked

Unfortunately, my experience with this app on my phone for the past several years has been frustrating. It is not convenient. It does not sync or update content without me having to uninstall and reinstall the app. I have tried all other options, that is the only one that works. Which is obviously annoying and, in the end, not worth the trouble. The reason I’m giving this review more than one star is because the desktop version of the app works much better. With the exception of attempting to empty the trash can, the desktop app works pretty much as it should. I wish it worked on my iPad the same way it works on my desktop! It is a bit inconvenient at times that I can only import or export files from my desktop. But at this point I’m mostly happy that feature works at all in any of the apps.

Mr. Sheik ,

Overall ‘Okay’ App

This review is for the reMarkable companion app but I will make a note about my reMarkable 2 also. First, the app. The App is a nice idea and, when it works correctly, it is great for checking out saved documents. However, I have run into this problem several times since I got my reMarkable 2: Inconsistent Syncing (with the iOS app obviously). EDIT: Apparently the inconsistency is caused by something else because the behaviour just changed. This is bothersome because the service cost money to work intermittently. Will update if necessary. Other than that, I’m happy enough with the app. Now, the tablet I love. I use it all the time for anything I need to write. I usually like to write things down regardless of the subject matter but I always wished I had digital copies. This is a perfect fusion of those desires. Both the app and the actual tablet OS could use some visual/UI improvements as most of it is far too simplified for any modern tech user. Really hope to see some software improvements and maybe some developer response on here. Kind of seems like there have been issues like these for a while based on other reviews.
Edit Feb 1, 22: the app seems to be consistent enough. Not sure if something changed or what but seems to be working well.

sean-sull ,

It’s a good app, and I like the device, but it can be way better

First off I have to say that there aren’t many competitors to ReMarkable. Not many people do what they do.
I actually saw this on an Instagram ad and immediately became interested, buying a remarkable 1 for myself because I couldn’t wait a few months until the second one came out.

Maybe this is me just being addicted to technology but I *love* taking notes on this. I’ll be honest, taking them on the remarkable 1 is slow and often takes longer than it would if using pen & paper, but it’s so convenient because everything syncs.

—Nice things—
- you can drop PDFs into the mobile or desktop app and they sync to the device which is INCREDIBLE
- you get to take notes on a device that feels more like paper than any iPad or tablet would

—Bad things—
- app has limited functionality and we can only edit the notes ON the remarkable, not on any of the apps which is very annoying.
- the desktop app looks disgusting on windows 10. Icons are waaaaay too big and take up too much screen space
- short battery life on the remarkable 1
- pen tips have to be replaced every 2 weeks for me (I guess I just write with a lot of force)

All in all, is a good product, and the company is OKAY, but I think it could be a lot better. I use it as my daily driver for note taking and honestly couldn’t think about replacing it. For $299 I think buying the remarkable 1 is worth it, and pre ordering the 2 would be worth it as well.

App Privacy

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

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers

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