Top 5 Evernote Alternatives | 2019

Top 5 Evernote Alternatives | 2019

One of the key components of a good productivity system is definitely the note-taking app. Evernote has been one of the most popular ones for the last decade but there are now so many options out there that can be difficult to find the one right for you.

We’ve been critical of Evernote in the past covering it’s death spiral. But all in all, it’s a profoundly reliable tool that many people find to love and rely on. Whilst we cover these alternatives, we really don’t want you to switch for the sake of switching.

A good note-taking app needs to be reliable, mobile friendly and easy to use. Today, we're going to show you 5 of the best Evernote alternatives.

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1. Microsoft OneNote (LINK)

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Main features:

  • OneNote is the most similar to Evernote, it runs on a structure of notebooks, sections and notes.

  • It has a consistent look across multiple platforms and Microsoft is actively improving the product.

  • The notebooks are stored in OneDrive.

  • Recommended for educators and academics.

Pricing:

  • FREE

Where to get it:

  • Find out more here.

2. Agenda (LINK)

Main Features:

  • Only available for iOS and Mac devices.

  • Agenda has won some awards like Apple Design Award (2018) and Best New App 2018.

  • The app is primarily date-focused, suitable for date-oriented notes and calendar use.

Pricing:

  • FREE (additional in-app purchases)

Where to get it:

  • Find out more here.

Related: a great alternative to Agenda is NotePlan 2.

3. Standard Notes (LINK)

Main Features:

  • An open source cross-platform app focused on privacy and encrypted and secured notes.

  • The simple layout allows the app to be quite faster and lighter than the average note taking apps.

  • The Extended plan unlocks powerful extension and additional levels of security.

Pricing:

  • FREE

  • Extended: $2.48/month

Where to get it:

4. Bear (LINK)

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Main Features:

  • Bear is a perfect balance between a note-taking and a longer form writer app.

  • The app is only available on iOS and Mac.

  • The advanced Markup editor supports and highlights over 20 programming languages and you can take vantage of rich previews while writing.

  • Most suitable for scripting, long form writing and journaling.

Pricing:

  • FREE

  • Pro: $1.49/month

Where to get it:

5. Notion (LINK)

Main features:

  • Notion lacks most of the Evernote features like email forwarding and offline abilities but it can be a powerful notetaking app, thanks to the extremely flexible database tool that also have the option to filter your view and organize your notes.

  • Easy to use for collaboration: you can leave comments and tag your team members.

  • The free plan has a limit of 1000 blocks that gets quickly reached if used as a note-taking app.

Pricing:

  • $0 (1000 block storage and 5MB file upload limit)

  • $4/month (Personal plan)

  • $8 per user/month (Team plan)

  • $20 per user/month (Enterprise plan)

Where to get it:

Learn Notion inside and out with our new Notion Made Simple Course! (Link)

  • 8 modules

  • 24 lessons, 25+ bonus videos

  • Updated monthly

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