Elephant is a notetaker sporting an attractive interface.
Elephant is in a fairly early stage of development.
Elephant is free and open source software.
- Keep your notes to yourself. No accounts or clouds. For syncing use Dropbox, Github, rsync, …
- Elephant stores notes in plain files and folders. No databases and no migrations. Notes can be plain text, styled RTF, markdown or HTML (HTML is read-only).
- Card view.
- Snippet view.
- Searching and tags to help find information efficiently.
- Word count.
- Note count.
- Built for longevity with a classic interface.
- Text encryption/decryption.
- Undo/redo functionality.
- Premium is free, no ads of any kind.
- No feature bloat or redesigns.
- Cross-platform support – runs under Linux, Mac, and Windows.
Website: Website down
Developer: Juha Vehviläinen and contributors
License: Apache License, Version 2.0
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