630 reviews
Content rating
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image

About this app

Turtl is a private place to keep your notes, bookmarks, passwords, ideas, dream logs, photos, documents and anything else you want kept safe. Turtl's easy tagging and filtering make it ideal for organization and research whether for personal or professional projects.

Turtl takes your password from when you sign up and uses it to create a cryptographic key. It uses this key to encrypt your data before storing it anywhere on your device or on our servers. Neither your password nor your key are ever stored anywhere. This means that only you and those you choose to share with can read your data.
Updated on
Dec 7, 2018

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
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted

Ratings and reviews

602 reviews
panicked mechanic
October 6, 2020
Love the app, the concept, the layout, the features, etc. Only 2 small complaints; 1. without an internet connection, you can't access your notes. It'd be nice to have a cached version on your device that can sync later. 2. Not all features of the markdown formatting work. E.g. "# Header" does not make a larger header. Overall, love the app, my coworkers and I are shifting to this for collaboration.
38 people found this review helpful
Did you find this helpful?
A Google user
November 9, 2018
Meh. The app is a great idea. I'd love using it if it weren't so buggy. For starters I had a great deal of stuff on it and my whole account vanished. It's not that I forgot my password, my email address/ username disappeared from the server. Second, it's an Android app. Meant to be used on an Android phone. Only trouble is if a call comes in while you're using Turtl, Poof! there goes your work. The concept is great but what good is it if you can't rely on not losing your work. Looks like for now I will have to go back to password protecting Word documents instead. Not as convenient but far more reliable. I'll keep turtl and try future versions. I'd be willing to use it if it becomes more reliable. Hope springs eternal.
45 people found this review helpful
Did you find this helpful?
Gabe Krause
October 28, 2020
The interface for writing a note has a claustrophobic limit of only 5 visible lines when composing. More real estate is given to titling and classifying, or three sparse buttons (tag, save, and formatting help) than for writing notes. Why is there no folding option menu? Why is the big top bar wasted with only a back button and veiw button? The frustration is glaring because in contrast to its primary feature, note taking, everything else about Turtl is so fantastic!
9 people found this review helpful
Did you find this helpful?

What's new

This is a minor bugfix release for some connection issues that v0.7.2.4 had.