If you are a fan of fluid, and file agnostic note-taking apps like Notational Velocity, Linux users can now enjoy something similar with nvpy. This app is the closs-patform equivalent of Notational Velocity for OS X or ResophNotes for Windows.
Unlike other note-taking apps that requires you to make a new note for each new entry, nvpy uses the input bar at the top of its interface to either search for old notes or make a new note. This enables you to check if you have old entries for the topic before proceeding to make a new note. The transition is quick. Every note eventually becomes a bank of information and ideas that you can quickly fetch. It is slick, fast, and ugly in a good way. I
nvpy also syncs with Simplenote so that you can take your notes on the go. This app is useful for those looking for the fastest way to query and create notes using the most minimalist interface possible.
- Create or search notes quickly.
- Hyperlink notes.
- Cross-platform app that takes inspiration from Notational Velocity.
- Free and easy to use.
- Syncs with Simplenote.
- Similar Tools: Notational Velocity and Xournal.