Free Software posted by

Nevernote lets you sync Evernote on your Linux computer

Nevernote Nevernote lets you sync Evernote on your Linux computer

If you’ve never heard of Evernote, you should take a look at their site. It’s a handy service that allows you to sync notes and pictures across a variety of devices. Personally, I have an ongoing project that involves a few people, and we use Evernote on our phones, computers and even my tablet to keep all of our information synced. There are two ways to access the notes: Either you download the standalone software, or you use their web app. Obviously the former is much easier.

Unfortunately if you’re on Linux, you’ve been out of luck with the standalone application. While the company still hasn’t released their software on the open-source platform, there is now an unofficial app out there. NeverNote appears to be a good Evernote application that brings most of the functionality of its other desktop brethren. Naturally, the software is free to use.

 Nevernote lets you sync Evernote on your Linux computer

Scott – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.

Comments are closed.

comments powered by Disqus

Chinese (Simplified)EnglishFrenchGermanItalianJapanesePortugueseRussianSpanish

Side Advert

Support The Red Ferret

Editors Picks

Solid Energy Battery Solid Energy – building a better, smaller battery
TippyTalk 2 TippyTalk – this innovative app uses pictures to give people a voice
coffiest half and half Coffiest – get all you need from your morning cup of joe


DHgate Cheap electronics gadgets

FB Like Box


Managing Editor:
Nigel Powell

Associate Editor:
Dan Ferris
Technology Editor:
Donyae Coles
Ecological Editor:
Debra Atlas
Nick Johnson
Roland E.

Write For Us

Red Ferret Video Reviews