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There are many alternatives, though perhaps none with the richness of Evernote. BTW, I think that offline support is still available. It was available for favourites on the standard login but for everything if you sign up for Premium - has that changed? One alternative is Microsoft OneNote. You can have free OneNote notebooks by signing up to live.com, the ...


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Not really. Give Evernote a try. It's got a lot of free capacity, and there are web, osx, windows, iphone, and android apps that support it


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You can email into Evernote, so you can either send your notes as emails directly from iPhone Notes or import into a mail program then find a way to mass forward them.


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It doesn't seem to be a native solution, but you can do it via Outlook (on Windows at list). It's a rather lengthily road and it involves a VBA script, but it's doable. This blog post explains the process in detail. Import iPhone Notes to Evernote via Outlook Here's a simple way to import your iPhone notes to Evernote. This solution requires ...


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The main problem with doing something like this is that Gmail creates a new message every time your note is updated. Here's an example: Create a new note, with the text "Test". This is what Gmail looks like: 1: [Notes] Test Update this note to say "Test Updated". Gmail now looks like this: 1: [Notes] Test Updated 2: Test Update it again to ...


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After waiting years for a good solution to this, I decided to write an open source tool: Main Project Page Download Page Note - the tool requires that you sync your iPhone/iPad via iTunes and do not select the 'encrypt' option (at least until the tool is done). Source is available for paranoid folks.


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Here is an easy way to do it using the Mail Application of the Mac: From the top menue of your mail application, click "Mailbox and in the dropdown menue click "New mailbox" A small windows will pop up. In the "Location", choose "Notes" and in "Name", put the name you want. Click "OK" Now if you check on the left side of the mail application main windows ...


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You can sync notes on iPhone/iPad with Gmail if you use IMAP (it will create a label called 'Notes') If you're currently using the Exchange settings on your iOS device to sync email/calendar/etc, turn off the email option in settings, then add IMAP for email and notes.


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I am assuming you are referring to Apple Notes on an iOS platform (iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad) If you are looking for a simple note app, like the built in app, but with syncing, check out: http://syncode.com.au/apps/synotes/ http://notespark.com/ http://snaptic.com/ and the most popular: http://simplenoteapp.com/ Simplenote syncs with the following desktop ...


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My pick would be for Notational Velocity in conjunction with SimpleNote. SimpleNote is most commonly used with the iPhone app, but you can just sign up for the web app part if you want.



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