Papyrus is a free, open-source Modern Note Manager, It brings a clean, easy-to-use interface and smart user interface for users, also its focusing on security.
Papyrus is developed by Aseman Land, Papyrus is a fork of Kaqaz note manager and built on QT5. With Papyrus you can organized your notes in a ‘paper’ look and add them a label for grouping those papers.
Its available on Linux, Windows, Mac, Android, and iSO soon (as writted on the website).
Papyrus has plenty of featyres, some of the main features are :
- You can manage your notes with labels and categories
- Advanced searching options in notes
- Touch mode available
- You can Share your papers with other applications
- Assign a password to protect your notes
- Search papers by its location
- Synchronizing Files
- Canvas for painting
- Encrypted synchronization
- Full screen option
- Backing up notes
And more.. you can explore it by yourself.
Papyrus has an official PPA with support for Ubuntu 14.04, 14.10 and Linux Mint 17 so far, also there is APK file Available for Android users or if you are a Windows or OS X user you can download it here.
To install from PPA you can follow the instruction below.
Open your terminal and run these commands one by one :
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:aseman/desktop-apps sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install papyrus
Now after execute those commands, you can open your Papyrus on your Applications Menu and don’t forget to share your experience with it, you can share it by the comment box below.