Note taking open-source application aimed to have both a lightweight footprint on system performances and simple interface but keeping smart behavior.
I've always used a lot Evernote before, Google Keep later, but I've always felt that both of them were missing something I needed.
- Evernote is very complete but too complex generally speaking, offline notes are available only on paid version and "too many clicks" are required to accomplish a task.
- Google Keep is perfect to me for its interface but on the other side it has a poor multimedia attachment support, needs a registered account (like Evernote), and has only manual notes sorting.
Actually the following functions are implemented:
☆ Material Design interface
☆ Basic add, modify, archive, trash and delete notes actions
☆ Share, merge and search notes
☆ Image, audio and generic file attachments
☆ Manage your notes using tags and categories
☆ To-do list
☆ Sketch-note mode
☆ Notes shortcut on home screen
☆ Export/import notes to backup
☆ Google Now integration: just tell "write a note" followed by the content
☆ Multiple widgets, DashClock extension, Android 4.2 lockscreen compatibility
☆ Multilanguage: 30 languages supported: https://crowdin.com/project/omni-notes
Beta channel: G+ community has the link to opt-in
Source code: https://github.com/federicoiosue/Omni-Notes
Translation project: https://crowdin.com/project/omni-notes
Omni Notes is also available on XDA-Labs!!