What People Are Saying
How Inkdrop helps their productivities.
This app is amazing. I was previously trying to use a convoluted sublime text + git method, only to find that this app had ALL of the functionality I was looking for... plus mobile!
Former user of Evernote for years, I searched for a long time an application with a standard data format, which is fast, multiplatform (Linux), with a sense of aesthetics, Inkdrop is all that. Reliable app, I use it every day.
Finally an app able to meet my needs as a developer. Simple, efficient, and dot!
The application is simple and functional. I use it every day to structure my knowledge.
Fast, intuitive, & customisable, combined with frequent updates & a developer that listens. Theses are the reasons Inkdrop is one of my most used applications for personal & professional use.
Inkdrop is the tool I use to keep track of nearly all aspects of my personal and professional life. I’ve tried many other note-taking apps over the years, this is the first one that’s stuck. Great performance and syncs across all devices seamlessly.
Well designed and efficient, the best note taking application I found over the time. Themes are convenient, tags and notebooks have become a must for me, and sync is working smoothly between windows, linux and my smartphone. Inkdrop has really become my personal notebook.
Simple, powerful, and works seamlessly across all my platforms and devices.
Inkdrop is the perfect tool for offline Markdown editing.
I tried a number of apps; taking notes is so specific to the writer. Inkdrop started off with a smart design, but Takuya is also dialed in to his users' needs so I've got confidence going forward.
I was looking for a note-taking tool in Markdown that nails the basics for a professional setting (clean interface, support for code snippets, export of .md files) and Inkdrop covers everything. The tool of course has some issues but it is continuously being improved, and I will definitely support the project in the long-run. Can only recommend!
I use Inkdrop mainly for professional purposes. My requirements are met at 100%: pure Markdown syntax/content, good structure for content organiziation (nested categories and Tags), strong search function and local backup in readable data-format. Last but not least the UI looks good.
I just wanted to be able to sync notes from my iPhone to my Windows laptop. Organizing them with labels, notebooks, markdown, and supporting a fellow indie developer were all a bonus. I love Inkdrop and use it every day. Highly recommend!