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Joplin seems to me to satisfy all of these (besides the direct synchronization issue, because it requires a medium such as Dropbox to synchronize data with). I am just a happy user of this.


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I invite you to have a look at my application SilentNotes; It is a FOSS application which I have developed with a strong focus on privacy. The notes can be synchronized end-to-end encrypted between multiple Android and Windows devices and can be self-hosted. Currently supported are the FTP protocol, the WebDav protocol, Dropbox, Google-Drive and One-Drive. ...


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Threema would fit your requirements almost completely: Isn't owned by Facebook, inc.: Nope. It's owned by Swiss-based Threema and has a strong focus on privacy. So it's just the opposite to those "kraken" Is gratis to use: Using it is gratis, yes. There's just a very reasonable one-time fee for the license (less than 3 bucks). Per device that is (you can ...


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As per your requirements, I feel MoneyLover would be good choice. it is available on android and ios as well. I also have similar requirements, and I am very much satisfied with this one.


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Not an app, but a website. Pixabay claims to have more than 1 million free images, illustrations, vector images and videos. All searchable and filterable by image type, size, orientation, color and category. From the website: Pixabay is a vibrant community of creatives, sharing copyright free images and videos. All contents are released under the ...


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It doesn’t matter which RDMS you use (personally, I like MySql, or its fork MariaDB). Your mobile app should send the data to a server app via AJAX, by HTTPS (use POST, rather than GET, for security). Only the server app should able to write to the database; the mobile clients should not be able to write to it directly. Personally , I would code the ...


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