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tomboy

desktop note taking program using Wiki style links
http://www.gnome.org/projects/tomboy/
Score:
 1
55 reviews
Description:

Tomboy is a desktop note-taking application which is simple and easy to use. It lets you organise your notes intelligently by allowing you to easily link ideas together with Wiki style interconnects.

User reviews:
ScoreComment

Salvoton
1 year ago
3 Encryption minus !

Chorch939
1 year ago
4 Muy bueno para organizar ideas, de entrada la verdad que es muy simple, pero a medida que vas haciendo listas y se van enlazando solas de por si descubres su potencial.

Oc3lot
2 years ago
5 Just an easy, simple and friendly app for taking simple notes. If you need something more advanced just look for others.

MagicMint
3 years ago
2 I never was a fan of it (too much of a bloat for its feature, proprietary file format, Mono libraries needed, etc.). Zim is a much better suited alternative.

sethuiyer95
3 years ago
4 Very easy to use, useful for quick note making. Can be synchronised with android or any other computer using dropbox. I use it daily and i am loving it.

ciscostud
3 years ago
5 Simple to use and great for taking notes while studying!

lib2know
3 years ago
2 does what it should, but uninspired and boring. i recommend zim desktop wiki

orkun
4 years ago
1 Useless

fotonix
4 years ago
1 Completely useless for desktop notes. 5% of what I enjoyed in Windows.

authmane512
4 years ago
1 IT'S AWFUL !!! THAT'S NOT PRACTICE !

jahid_0903014
4 years ago
3 It's not that good, used to slow down my system....a little program like this.....that's totally unexpected

Korpu
5 years ago
2 Wiki style hierarchical notes organizer. Each note opens in own window, not for me.

ilivefortheone
5 years ago
2 unused bloat

rainserpent
5 years ago
2 I had used this piece of junk for years until I discovered Zim (the desktop wiki). Now I have removed it from my system.

Cuthbert
5 years ago
3 Never got why you should use a programm like this. A simple textprogram does the work as well. However.. this is quite nice.

disPPlay
5 years ago
4 Tomboy is a very simple and easy to use note-taking application.

sirile
5 years ago
5 A great note taking program. So useful. I love it.

AshBaby
6 years ago
5 great application

cosminmstroe
6 years ago
5 An easy to use note taking program that stays out of the way in the system tray until you need it. I don't care that it uses Mono, it's still a great program.

jackycms
6 years ago
1 i hate this program name !

shishirvarde
6 years ago
2 not useful

mysoomro
6 years ago
5 nice and useful!

TipiT
6 years ago
3 It is great and I use it but works better in Ubuntu because "Only on Ubuntu - If you’re using Ubuntu, you can sync your Tomboy Notes too!" At the moment synchronizing in ubuntu one does not work.

MattOne
6 years ago
4 Perfect for lyric writing. It's very handy because it is easily accessible in the system tray. Whenever you get a new idea, you can write it down easily.

ulysses
6 years ago
2 I dont need it.

kamecat
7 years ago
2 bug on Linux Mint? Unable to copy, paste and select the line. (Tomboy worked fine on Ubuntu10 and 11.)

nogburt
7 years ago
4 Good program

toto_de_France
7 years ago
3 le post-it ...

PocketSam
7 years ago
4 Nice and useful app.

tamoghna4
7 years ago
3 not that bad, it could be useful.

kazztan0325
7 years ago
5 It is very useful. Especially to use with cairo-dock's applet.

UncleNinja
7 years ago
1 mono

AllGamer
7 years ago
2 useless gedit is way faster for quick notes, that is easily transportable to another device or PC

trollboy
7 years ago
2 It's actually not a bad program. If only it wasn't written using Mono

xalexx
7 years ago
1 who use this?

Xyie
7 years ago
4 Not too bad, even though I'm yet finding a niche for a note-taking application in my computer use. Tried it out for re-typing notes for class definitions, and ended up with something with which I can connect information to previous entries for review.

akanashiro
7 years ago
2 Oh no, I use Gnote

kjuergen
7 years ago
2 gnote needs less resources and doesn't need M$ endangered crap. Gone together with F-spot....

jesterofalltrades
7 years ago
3 This is a great program, but it relies on mono, which is from .NET, which is Microsoft's attempt to weasel into Linux and then cry copyright. No thanks--I'll stick with mono-less gnote.

Rodpaulo
8 years ago
5 Muito bom

Twix2247
8 years ago
4 This probably the most used program I have. I am always jotting something down to remember in a note pad. This works much better and you can create note books for like items and link notes to other notes. One of the best products (besides the GUI) to come from GNOME.

Valthar
8 years ago
1 Just use Gnote, less of a hog

wanda
8 years ago
1 Gedit reicht fuer mich personlich, und kein mono.

telewatho
8 years ago
4 Does everything you need it to do, and stores notes in a clever way. Brilliant app. NEEDS TO BE MORE LIGHT-WEIGHT THOUGH

RobinJ
8 years ago
3 It's a nice little program, but it has crashed quite some times in the past few hours...

tomdiana
8 years ago
5 Great!

flor_de_azucena
8 years ago
5 Turned up useful for me. Just notes, nothing more. And always at hand, near the menu.

Jac978
8 years ago
4 I like it so much

dckjnsn
8 years ago
5 only drawback is i cannot create links...just copy them

sploopidy
8 years ago
1 It takes up lots of memory, and whats the point? We have gedit.

galen
8 years ago
4 syncs whereas gnotes does not. heavy memory and uses mono. syncs to flashdrive then to your other computers, great for multi computer uses who want their notes. Dear low review twits: know how use it before displaying your ignornance

SeventhReign
8 years ago
2 It works, but Gnotes is the exact same thing only faster and uses less memory .. sooo

aneurysm1985
8 years ago
5 As an ex-Windows user who would constantly have an MS notepad window open to type down quick notes, Tomboy is the perfect tool to do that...and more. I really like the way notes are automatically saved with each keystroke, and the way notes are grouped into different categories. In Linux Mint 7, Tomboy was automatically next to the MintMenu button, but now in Mint 9 it is hidden in the applications list. I wonder how many would-be users are now missing out on this great application :(

linuxmint
8 years ago
2 For me, it's useless :(.

dorylinux
8 years ago
1 ...usa mono, per carità!