There are myriads of note taking apps on the market, both commercial as well as free and open source. But only after starting to roll my own, I am finally able to reap the synergies of archiving all my thoughts in a single place and feeding all my digital outlets from a single source.
Kobble has a nice design, but has a data model that sticks to terminology from streaming services like channel, playlists, and track, which is a bit strange for a note taking app.
Kobble claims to be the only note taking app where you own your data. This, of course, is an alternative fact. At least for Knowfox I am pretty sure that I own my data. And it is quite easy to install, too.
Nicely enough, the comment thread about Kobble collects a fair number of alternative note taking apps:
When I decided to write Knowfox, I had a similar list. Ultimately, non of those stuck. I am quite happy with Knowfox now that I finally came around to writing it :)