Amplenote

In-app purchases
4.1
90 reviews
5K+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

*** Your security is our priority ***
- Data security differentiates us from popular to-do list apps
- All note contents are encrypted at rest on our servers
- Notes can be Vault Encrypted with a password that's never sent to our servers
- Your note content is available for download at any time

*** Built on seamless syncing ***
- Along with data security, accurate syncing is at our core
- Designed for heavy users who often switch between the same notes on mobile and desktop
- Our sync is compatible with Vault Notes (even though we can't decrypt their content)

***Expression is our cornerstone ***
- Rich Footnotes that hold text, code, images, or all the above is our flagship feature
- Easily paste images into notes, or even into text within notes
- A range of the finest markdown stylings at your disposal

*** Notes and tasks: better together ***
- Text, code, to-do tasks, and images all live inside the same note
- Tasks can be customized to recur at flexible intervals or hide until later
- Tasks are automatically removed from your to-do list when completed

*** As organized as you are ***
- Note tags allow multi-level taxonomy to organize notes
- Browse these taxonomies like directories
- Recreate Onenote browsing hierarchies seamlessly

*** Flair for sharing ***
- Any note can be instantly shared and edited by multiple parties
- Publish notes (including their Rich Footnotes!) to the web with one click
- Shared to-do lists can help a team stay on top of shared responsibilities

*** Built for personal productivity ***
- Set up any task to repeat relative to when you last got it done
- Track how much you're getting done over time with our automatic task graph
- Designate tasks as "Urgent" or "Important" to use proven priority techniques

*** More than ample enough for power users ***
- Simplified, clean UI is efficiently functional
- Every operation has a hot key shown on hover
- Quick opener allows opening any recently used note in ~3 keystrokes

- *** No internet? No problem ***
- Continue working offline within new or cached notes
- All work will automatically sync once back online

*** Ample: no more, no less ***
- We won't settle for becoming bloated with non-essential features
- We're committed to supporting all platforms – we work across mobile and web, with native desktop support in the works

*** Get started instantly ***
- Use our Evernote Importer to bring your notes (with tags!) from the olden times

*** Account required ***
- An active Amplenote subscription is required to use Amplenote beyond the free trial trial period.
- You may purchase an auto-renewing subscription through an In-App Purchase.
- 1 month and 1 year durations are available for Basic, Pro, and Founder subscription levels.
- Your subscription will be charged to your Google Play account at confirmation of purchase and will automatically renew (at the duration selected) unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period.
- Current subscription may not be cancelled during the active subscription period; however, you can manage your subscription and/or turn off auto-renewal by visiting your Google Play Account Settings after purchase
- Privacy policy: https://www.amplenote.com/privacy_policy
- Terms of use: https://www.amplenote.com/terms_of_service
Updated on
May 26, 2022

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
Learn more about how developers declare sharing
This app may collect these data types
Personal info, Photos and videos and 2 others
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted
4.1
90 reviews
Meredith C
March 23, 2022
I got this for the task management - the ability to do repeating tasks and to hide tasks until they're closer to the due date is AWESOME for me on top of the great notetaking stuff. Their blog has some good info on how to set up tags etc so you are less likely to get overwhelmed/stuck, too. I wish the tutorial videos gave more of a top-down approach since that's how I learn best, but other than that I'm really pleased with this.
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Michelle Breuer
October 19, 2021
This productivity app is excellent! So versatile. It can be used to save your ideas, plan your day, or make a todo list. It's easy to get started, and can do so much! The calendar will sync to my Google calendar and I can add tasks with a drag and drop directly from Amplenote. I can organize my tasks in many different ways and I am actually Getting Things Done! There are some great help videos on YouTube by Shu Omi and other professionals. What a wonderful combination of note-taking and task management!
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Este Lore
July 27, 2020
Amplenote is definitely the best productivity and organisation and all-around "brain prosthesis" app I've ever tried, and it's currently my very first choice for this purpose, out of the numerous direct competitors like Roam, Obsidian, TiddlyWiki, Zettlr, and indirect competitors like OneNote. It's definitely worth what it costs to use, and I really feel like the developers respect their users, which I can't say of most of the other apps I just named. They factor security and encryption into the process from square one, and they have excellent communication with their users, including being highly transparent about and responsive to feature requests and suggestions. The rich footnotes and bidirectional links, the priority-based tasking and robust tagging system, and the clean user interface with collapsible unobtrusive sidebars, all add up to an app which is a genuine pleasure to use, both from a desktop and on mobile devices. The graph-based visualisation of productivity is also really neat. I love that I can e-mail to notes, as this gives me a way to coordinate with project collaborators and friends, without needing to talk them into installing the app or changing how they do things: I just give them an address to e-mail to a specific note, and they send me anything that needs my attention for a shared project, already automatically sorted exactly where I need it to be (instead of cluttering my e-mail inbox).
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What's new

- Fix potential crash on note security screen, introduced in version 3.37
- Fix crash when linking to a note in [[ menu on calendar task details screen