When comparing Gingko vs NoteLedge, the Slant community recommends Gingko for most people. In the question“What is the best cross-platform note taking app?” Gingko is ranked 16th while NoteLedge is ranked 27th.
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Pro You can customize colors
Pro Allows focusing on one piece of information at a time
Since Gingko documents are "trees", they are always organized on the go. And since everything is written in cards, it is possible to focus on one chunk of content at a time.
Pro Easy to overview
Despite the complexity of the tree structure, it's always clear where you are, and how to quickly add your thoughts.
Pro Markdown support
All formatting is done via Markdown.
Non-linear notetaking allows you more flexibility, freedom and creativity.
Pro Essential brush kit
NoteLedge comes with 6 built-in brushes (pencil, crayon, spray gun, ink brush, pigment liner and fountain pen) for versatile note-taking purposes. You can get advanced pens like vector brush, smart pen for shape recognition, marker and rainbow brush through subscription or in-app purchase.
NoteLedge is available on iPad, iPhone, Mac, Android, Windows Phone and Windows 8.
Pro Multimedia supported
It is possible to record or insert videos, record audio, and take notes simultaneously. It is easy to put text, handwriting, drawings, audio and video recordings altogether in one note.
Pro Share and back up notes easily
NoteLedge supports major cloud services such as Dropbox, Google Drive, and Box. Additionally, you can use the developer's own cloud service, Kdan Creative Cloud, to sync and access the notes across device with ease.
You can share notes as images on Facebook, Twitter, or Email.
Pro Personalize your own notebook
NoteLedge comes with tons of built-in papers, covers and stickers. You can also customize your own paper, cover or stickers with your own photos. It's easy to make scrapbook style notes with NoteLedge.
Pro Clip everything from the Web to your notes
There's a built in browser where you can select and paste texts to your notes, clip images, clip and ember online videos and audio clips, or crop screenshots on webpages. It's very useful for collecting information from the web.