Notable provides a very powerful Markdown editor, it's the same one VS Code uses in fact, so features like multi-cursors, a minimap and best-in-class syntax highlighting are built-in.
Notes and attachments are simply stored on your disk, this is extremely portable and powerful: you could edit your notes via a third-party editor on mobile, have them synchronized via Dropbox, use Git, run a regex-based search and replace etc.
A dark theme is also available. In the future support for custom themes will be added as well.
Zen mode provides a minimalistic editing and reading experience, hiding everything that's not necessary.
A multi-note editor is available for performing an action, like favoriting, pinning, deleting, tagging etc., on multiple notes at once.
A split-editor is available for quickly checking out how your note will be rendered while you're editing it.
Built-in cheatsheet for quick reference.
Built-in tutorial for learning the app while using it.
Multiple data directories are supported, so you can separately store different notes collections.
Attachments can be added to any note, even via copy/paste, and they are also stored on disk individually.
Tags are indefinitely nestable.
Import your existing notes library from other apps like Evernote or Boostnote.
Export your notes to Markdown, HTML or PDF.
Fuzzy search is used when searching.
Markdown editor which supports multi-cursors, line numbers, a minimap, scrolling beyond the last line and more.
Linking to other notes and attachments is supported.
Share a note simply with a link.
Todos can be used for task management.
Code blocks are syntax-highlighted and can be copied with one click.
Float on top of other apps, optionally while being translucent too.
FutureBuilt-in synchronization, so you won't have to resort to Dropbox/Google Drive/etc.
FutureBuilt-in version control, integrated into the app and easy to use.
FutureMobile apps, so you won't have to resort to third-party Markdown editors.
FuturePlugins, so that if we don't provide that feature you need you can probably just download a plugin for it or write one yourself.
Notable is currently only available on desktop, but an official web app is being developed.
The desktop app is already build with web technologies so you can expect the future web app to work almost identically, but the desktop app will always have better integration with your OS as it can take advantage of some APIs that are not available in the browser.
The web app will require paying for a subscription to use, as it will have built-in cloud synchronization and end-to-end encryption. If you don't need those features you can keep using the desktop app for free, where those features are opt-in.
Notable is currently only available on desktop, but official mobile apps are being developed.
The mobile apps will require paying for a subscription to use, as they will have built-in cloud synchronization and end-to-end encryption. If you don't need those features you can keep using the desktop app for free, where those features are opt-in.