TagSpaces – offline, open source, personal data manager

TagSpaces is an open source cross-platform personal data manager for organizing, editing and tagging information. It helps users organize files with tags on every platform. Users can operate with local files and folders on different platforms through a single friendly interface which allows them to view, edit, and add tags to their information.

The app makes no external requests, it is completely offline, all data is stored locally and never sent by network.

The software is built with HTML5, JavaScript, Cordova, and Node-Webkit.

Features include:

  • Very easy to use.
  • Provides access to local files and folders on different platforms and/or devices from a single, friendly interface which allows you to organize your information, using the same logic
  • Create and edit notes in plain text, Markdown and HTML file formats, as well as source code (e.g. C, Java, C++, Javascript, PHP, Ruby, XML and more).
  • Convenient interface for browsing, viewing and tagging of your local files.
  • No cloud – runs completely serverless on your laptop, desktop or tablet.
  • No databases – it does not index files in a database to save meta information.
  • It is not a web portal or web application.
  • No vendor locking.
  • Works offline.
  • Continuous support.
  • Unobtrusive.
  • Compatible with cloud services for synchronization of files.
  • Extensible with plugins.
  • Easy to synchronize between devices.
  • Previews over 50 different file types including images, documents, color coded preview of common programming languages.
  • Also available as Chrome and Firefox extensions.
  • Translated in more than 20 languages.

Website: www.tagspaces.org
Support: Docs, GitHub
Developer: TagSpaces UG
License: AGPL License


TagSpaces is written in JavaScript. Learn JavaScript with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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