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Now that Evernote free is limited to two devices, what should I switch to?

There is Google Keep. This takes simple text notes which it arranges as a number of cards, which can be treated as folders. It supports voice notes and photos. Like Evernote, it has apps for Android,...
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Notetaking application that is programmer friendly

Check out Boostnote - a simple notetaking app for programmers. Features Available on Mac, Windows & Linux. Write your notes using markdown Syntax Highlighting Tag your notes and many more Also, ...
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Offline alternative to OneNote / Evernote

I've started using Joplin after OneNote managed to delete all my data. It has a rich text editor built in but I'd recommend using the Markdown editor (write in Markdown with a WYSIWYG output to see ...
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Take notes and organize tasks by project, prioritiy, and urgency

Have you tried Quire? It can: create tasks within your projects easily, has quite a nice UI for noting things down, you need to create an account to use it, so password protected, can assign priority ...
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Is there a Chrome extension that I can use to note why I've opened a tab?

Here is a small extension that I wrote a while back for myself that may help you or others like you: Inter-tab history It's not quite what you are asking for: it doesn't allow for manual writing of ...
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Effective solution to store and manage useful links

Pocket (https://getpocket.com/) is something that will meet most of those needs. It stores articles by title, allows tagging, and has cloud storage. I admit I'm not sure that it has date-based content,...
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An open alternative for Evernote?

Laverna can be a good free alternative to Evernote in all respects. Laverna's features: Opensource (the app and the saved (exported) files too) and free No registration required Editing modes: ...
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Alternative to Google's 'Keep'

Microsoft now has OneNote on the web for free!! it is accessable from the web, you can connect it to Office's OneNote, there are apps for Android, IOS, Mac, Windows and Apple watch now!
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Note Taking App for Android with Hierarchies

Microsoft OneNote Since the basic form of OneNote is free across all platforms (Android, PC, Web), the same notebook(s) can be accessed from any device, with all changes synced in real time. The ...
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Note taking software that supports two way crosslinks

The first tool that comes to mind is Obsidian. Have you already check it out? It might fit all your needs. The way you can link notes is like no other app I've seen before and it's also available for ...
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Offline alternative to OneNote / Evernote

No-one has mentioned so far that OneNote works offline when you purchase it. For example with Office Home & Student 2016 for PC you will get OneNote which will work completely offline. This way, ...
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Notepad for programmers, scripters, hackers, developers, etc

Maybe the iMapping Tool is right for you. It is not primarily a text editor but rather a visual knowledge mapping tool, that lets you organize your text snippets, files and pictures visually on what ...
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Markdown and HTML editor app?

You may use the universal document converter Pandoc in addition with some editor. It does convert from Markdown to HTML and vice versa. Some plugins exists which integrate Pandoc's conversion ...
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Note taking with in-text tagging and specific search feature

The task list plugin for Zim wiki does something similar to this. Zim runs on Mac OS X and Windows, but note that there is no mobile version. It uses tags like this: @heuristics and @dissertation.
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Now that Evernote free is limited to two devices, what should I switch to?

If you are on Apple ecosystem, you can use the native notes application. It syncs well across mobile & desktop. The latest version can also import from evernote. As Chenmunka mentioned, you can ...
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Now that Evernote free is limited to two devices, what should I switch to?

GNotes was a very good replacement IMO. It supports PC via browser and Android, I'm not sure about IOS. It has the same features as many note taking apps, only with a small name. There are currently ...
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A searchable database of articles

Have you thought of using Pocket (acquired by Mozilla so we kinda know it will stick around)? I used it for a while and it does quite a decent job: lets you save links, lets you tag them by ...
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Open source note-taking app with tagging

The best option I know of is zim wiki. It doesn't have encryption support but you could store notebooks in an encrypted volume with veracrypt or similar. The rest of the features you want it meets.
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Markup compatible notepad

I recommend Boostnote. Boostnote is an Open source note-taking app for programmers. It focuses on writing Markdown note and code snippet quickly, can organized in a better way. You can sync data to ...
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Alternative to Google's 'Keep'

I believe EverNote can function as you desire: https://evernote.com/pricing/ I have used EverNote; and you can access your EverNote items from any PC (web browser - Win/Linux/Mac), as well as up to ...
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Alternative to Google's 'Keep'

Perhaps Trello will suit you? There is a free offering but you can pay for more features. Multiple 'boards', collaberation features (if that is of interest), and pretty straightforward to use. In ...
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Alternative note apps to marginnote in Windows environment

There is a software called Docear. Docear is free, open source, available for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X. Docear, you can sort documents into categories; you can sort annotations (comments, ...
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Online tool for saving code snippets

Here you go: https://gist.github.com/ There you can create you own snippets, share, favorite, tag, etc...
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Online tool for saving code snippets

I would recommend these following web-apps: TiddlyWiki TiddlyWiki is a unique non-linear notebook for capturing, organizing and sharing complex information. It has tags and search. So, it makes you ...
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Note taking application for Android with option to share

Simple Notes (also available at Playstore) should be a perfect match for you: Simple Notes (source: Github; click images for larger variants) It seems to match your requirements, even those not ...
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Open Source personal dashboard web application

Take a look at TiddlyWiki. It is an open source tool for capturing, organizing and sharing information. It is essentially written as a single page web application that can be saved locally to your ...
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Which free notetaking software allows me to highlight specified words, categorize ideas and organize weblinks?

Did you try those one: Turtl It's available for almost ALL platform, Turtl lets you take notes, bookmark websites, and store documents for sensitive projects. From sharing passwords with your ...
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Software for recording university lectures on Linux, similar to Sonocent Audio Note Taker

I was looking for the exact same thing. I've got a colleague that uses One Note and it's quite handy. I found Mic Note. https://www.micnote.audio/ There is a free version, but I went for the pay ...
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Web-based note taking software

Spent several days evaluating different solutions. These were what I tested and the stand out solutions - may be useful to somebody. These were the best: Laverna - https://laverna.cc/ DokuWiki - ...
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Note-taking Software

If you want something similar to a jupyter style notebook, where a cell = one bulletpoint, you should strongly consider either dynalist.io or workflowy
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