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Posted by Daly de Gagne
Feb 9, 2024 at 11:00 PM

 

Are there any significant new developments for Logseq? Also, I wonder if there is any progress in developing a version for Chromebook?

l like Logseq because it allows for local storage and synching between devices.

At the same time I am attracted to Amplenote.

As always I appreciate any responses and thank you all in advance!

Enjoy your weekend!

Daly

 


Posted by Stephen Zeoli
Feb 10, 2024 at 11:38 AM

 

I don’t know much about Logseq, but I’m chiming in anyway.

If you’re looking for an app like Logseq that can be used on a Chromebook, I guess you need one that has a browser version or is browser-based. Two that I’m aware of that also have local storage of data (or at least offline access to it) are Heptabase and Remnote, with Remnote being the most like Logseq. Remnote is browser-based, but allows access to your data when offline. Heptabase is desktop first, but has a browser version that works the same.

Question about Amplenote, has it had any significant upgrades recently?

Steve

 


Posted by Daly de Gagne
Feb 10, 2024 at 04:22 PM

 

Hi Steve -

Thanks for your reply.

I have looked at Remnote, but am not excited about it, though perhaps I need to look at it again. Heptabase interests me, but it is pricey.

Amplenote, which seems to have been developing rapidly:

https://www.amplenote.com/blog/q3_q4_2023_update_graph_view_native_desktop_app_and_more_more_more

 


https://www.amplenote.com/blog/q3_q4_2023_update_graph_view_native_desktop_app_and_more_more_more

 


Posted by Stephen Zeoli
Feb 10, 2024 at 11:00 PM

 

So they’ve been up to more at Amplenote than I was aware of. Thanks, Daly.

 


Posted by Lucas
Feb 12, 2024 at 04:28 PM

 

FWIW, Zenkit’s Hypernotes also works both in the browser and offline, and presumably would be a good option for Chromebook. But of course depends on your needs. RemNote has more features and continues to mature. And there’s still Roam of course.

(LogSeq seems to be working gradually on database version, but would have to ask on their forum or Discord about whether that would open up Chromebook possibilities.)

 


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