Dropbox is a popular cloud storage service. They have launched a new lightweight, web-based, word processing tool named Dropbox Paper in last year.
After more than a year of beta testing, Dropbox Paper is available for anyone who has a Dropbox account. Dropbox Paper is good word processing tool but simply lack in some features at least for now.
One of the major lack on Dropbox Paper is it doesn’t have a standalone desktop app. That’s why a lot of Dropbox Paper users are looking for some alternatives.
Dropbox Paper Alternatives
If you are looking for Dropbox Paper alternatives, you are at the right place. Here we go.
1. Box Notes
Box.com is a cloud-based file storing and collaboration service. They recently updated their Note taking service Box Notes with desktop supports. Box Notes helps you to create meeting notes, share ideas, track status updates and plan projects together.
Since Box Notes is a part of Box, it’s backed by the same security as any file stored in Box so you won’t need to worry about security. Box Notes currently available for Windows and Mac that makes it much better that Dropbox Paper.
Evernote is still the king of note taking services that help you to create notes with images, checklists, to-do list, etc. Capture a note once, Whether it’s text, images or documents and it’s instantly available on all your devices.
Like the name, Simplenote is a simple, light, and free note taking service that now available for iOS, Android, Mac, Windows, Linux, and the web.
You can’t add images or videos to Simplenote notes but it is worth to use who need a lightweight note taking app. You can share a list, post some instructions, or publish your thoughts with Simplenote.
Microsoft’s note-taking service OneNote comes next into our list as an alternative to Dropbox Paper. Like Evernote, you can take notes, add images, videos, checklists to your OneNote notes. It’s easy to pull up your content from anywhere, even if you’re offline. Start on your laptop then update notes on your phone. OneNote works on any device or platform.
It’s easy to pull up your content from anywhere, even if you’re offline. Start on your laptop then update notes on your phone. OneNote works on any device or platform.
Milanote is new to note taking service. According to TheNextWeb.com, Milanote is the Evernote for creatives. Milanote is a place to put it all together. See your ideas, notes and research side by side. Milanote runs in any modern web browser. Native apps for iOS and Android coming soon.