When comparing Litewrite vs Bear, the Slant community recommends Bear for most people. In the question“What is the best cross-platform note taking app?” Bear is ranked 28th while Litewrite is ranked 43rd.
Ranked in these QuestionsQuestion Ranking
Pro Remote storage
Supports the remoteStorage protocol for privacy-aware personal data storage.
Pro Free and Open Source Software
Pro Distraction free
Pro Completely browser based
Pro Very minimalistic
Its without any frills and quite unadorned and yet rather functional. For those who like it plain and simple and open source and non-corporate this is rather good.
Pro Easy to use
Pro Flawless sync
It's everything Dropbox Paper promised to be, but without the embarrassment. The notes are always in sync between devices.
Pro Easy tagging
For example: #tag/sub tag/foo/bar #tag2/foo/bar
Pro Beautiful interface
Pro Instant markdown preview in the editor while preserving original MD code
Pro Simple to back up/export entire note database
Notes are exported as plain text, not a proprietary format, along with all embedded objects.
Pro Lots of export formats
PDF, RTF, DOCX, HTML, TXT and MD.
Pro Hashtag support
Adding a hashtag with a keyword tags the note to make it easy to search.
Con No Tabs - can only view 1 note at a time
Con No inline editing and markup of pictures
The only option is to open in an editor (thereby creating a copy) and saving it again.