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Notes can contain links to other notes, allowing you to reference important information when needed. This way the user can connect and reference many different pages in the app, keeping things clean and structured, unlike Evernote, which makes this a good Evernote alternative. See More
Zim notes don't automatically synchronize with other devices or offer built-in cloud sync support. Of course the user can add the files to Dropbox, or something similar, to then open them on another device with the app installed. But this is more of a work-around than a built-in solution. See More
Liking it a lot, I already use DokuWiki which I like a lot, but I like the simplicity of WikidPad, also because it is a normal application, it has excellent performance, low resource consumption, easy to create links, identifies external link automatically as clickable, good system history, can convert to HTML and more. Excellent for local annotation or even online converting to HTML, it would be even better if it were possible to convert to PDF, but the coolest feature of it is interactivity, you type and can somehow interact with the text, without having to use Preview mode , which is also very easy to use. It is the best Wiki Desktop I've seen so far, even for its general simplicity and at the same time enough resources for those who go a little deeper. See More