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Do you care about your information? NoteCase Pro is designed to quickly capture, organize, protect, access, and recycle your information. NoteCase Pro strikes the right balance between ease of use and raw power.
Desktop version supports Windows, Macintosh, Linux, FreeBSD, OpenBSD and Solaris. Mobile platforms include Android*, Raspberry Pi, Nokia Maemo and OpenPandora.
NoteCase Pro's user interface comes in many different languages including English, German, French, Italian and Chinese. You can contribute your language translations if not supported.
NoteCase Pro can import data from more than 30 different file formats, including Evernote, XMind, TreePad, Tomboy formats. This allows you to quicky move your data over from other programs.
NoteCase Pro content can be exported into different file formats, making data exchange with other software easy. Standard formats line HTML, RTF, OPML are supported.
Let NoteCase Pro observe and correct your orthography with dictionaries that are able to learn new words.
You can assign tags to your notes in order to enable more powerful searching or filtering of content.
Bring NoteCase Pro content to paper, either an entire document, only one branch or a single note.
Each note can be a task, reminding you about its due date, supporting repetitions and prioritization.
Extend the feature set of NoteCase Pro by using Plugins or even writing your own Plugins using the easy-to-learn Lua scripting language. You can also automate NoteCase Pro very flexibly using simple Lua scripts and the several hundred of NoteCase Pro API commands.
Each document note can have an arbitrary number of file attachments. Attached files are saved inside the NoteCase Pro document file, so giving away a complete NoteCase Pro document including attachments is as easy as transfering one file.
Document text offers rich formatting with hyperlinks and embedded pictures. You can attach files or record audio directly into document notes.
Add audio to your NoteCase Pro notes: Audio protocols of meetings, self-spoken notes that you later transscribe into a text note etc.
Updated on Aug 04 2022