For the past three years, we’ve wondered if anyone would step forward to provide a service or app that would compete with Evernote – a leader in cross-platform, cross-device note-taking and organization.
Other apps or services would appear from time to time, but none has come close to Evernote. Until now.
Memonic is a multi-platform service that is about as elegant a note-taking, note-sharing and productivity app that you’ll find available on any platform today. Memonic’s credo is “Note-taking made easy,” and it certainly lives up to that.
A free download from the Apple iTunes App Store, Memonic allows for simple note-taking, organization (by folders, tags and groups), and for sharing via email, Facebook, Twitter or through the Memonic Web-based service which allows for creation of sharing groups – or for making notes public or private.
The app is free, and a free account on Memonic, which includes the Web-based portal and support or other platforms like Salesforce.com, allows for storing up to 100 notes, supporting three collaboration groups and file uploads of as large as 2 MB. A $28-per-year subscription includes unlimited note storage, unlimited collaboration groups and 20 MB file uploads.
Memonic also supports iPhone, Android, Windows and Mac OS X with apps for each of those platforms. Everything is protected with SSL encryption.
Memonic is simply one of the best collaboration and note-taking apps we’ve seen to date.