Markor: Markdown Editor - todo.txt - Notes Offline

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About this app

📝 Create notes and manage your to-do list using simple markup formats
🌲 Work completely offline - whenever, wherever
👌 Compatible with any other plaintext software on any platform -- edit with notepad or vim, filter with grep, convert to PDF or create a zip archive

🖍 Syntax Highlighting and format related actions -- quick insert pictures and to-do
👀 Convert, preview, and share documents as HTML and PDF

📚 Notebook: Store all documents on a common filesystem folder
📓 QuickNote: Fast accessible for keeping notes
☑️ To-Do: Write down your to-do
🔖 LinkBox: Share pages to read later into bookmark list
🖍 Markup formats: Markdown and todo.txt
📋 Copy to clipboard: Copy any text, including text shared into Markor
💡 Notebook is the root folder of documents and can be changed to any location on filesystem. LinkBox, QuickNote and ToDo are textfiles

🎨 Highly customizeable, dark theme available
💾 Auto-Save with options for undo/redo
👌 No ads or unnecessary permissions
🌎 Language selection -- use other language than on the system

💡 Unlike other office suites or to-do apps, Markor has one streamlined text editor with no other editing UI. Markor shows how powerful and expressive simple text can be. View, edit, manipulate and convert plaintext!

🔃 Markor works with sync apps, but they have to do syncing respectively. Sync clients known to work in combination include BitTorrent Sync, Dropbox, FolderSync, OwnCloud, NextCloud, Seafile, Syncthing, Syncopoli
💡 Freely text edit, Dropbox paper, Liquid text

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Jul 29, 2021

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5.03K reviews
May 2, 2022
Edit: Back to using Markor after a short hiatus. It's still the best in category. Favorite features: the date/time tool, share as PDF. Previous Review: Excellent note-taking app and text editor that has replaced...well, something my daily driver for notes. It's the only app of its type that I've found so far that has a find-and-replace feature that actually works. I also like the selectable fonts, font sizes, and themes. All in all, a great experience.
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awe lotta
June 14, 2022
offline text is nice, especially with transparent folder use. Wish the `code` tags made text monospaced. sometimes fails to save the edits i made. dk if i perhaps left something open or closed a window improperly. once, all my files appeared to be gone. but then it resolved itself after restarting. still kind of frightening and im thinking of migrating everything and using something else.
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Sam Schafer
March 12, 2022
The more I use this editor the more I appreciate it. It has lots of useful features plus some and it offers a short learning curve. The interface is clean and uncluttered. It's fast becoming my go to editor. I have used a couple of others with a few more features but find this one more than adequate and easier to use. Markor is a really great text and markdown editor! Thank you, Gregor!
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What's new

- Reference to GitHub discussion on More page
- Add multi-selection to todo.txt dialogs
- In-content search support for encrypted files
- Remove alternative todo.txt naming (tags/categories)