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AllMyNotes Organizer Free Edition 3.16 for Windows

by Vladonai Software

Avg. Rating 4.3 (150 votes)

File Details

File Size 5.3 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 3,368
Publisher Vladonai Software
Homepage AllMyNotes Organizer
Other Versions

Publisher's Description

AllMyNotes Organizer is a multi-functional hierarchical information manager for Windows. Store all your Notes in virtual folders in one file. Everyone is unique so AllMyNotes Organizer offers freedom of individualizing your notes in totally customizable tree structure. All Notes stored in a single AllMyNotes Organizer file and can be grouped into flexible virtual folders enabling easy, intuitive access, and instant search at all times.

Latest Reviews

kstev99

kstev99 reviewed v3.03 Beta on Sep 1, 2012

I haven't used this for a while, even though I do have a license for the paid version. Tried it again recently and It is still a very useful program and is worth the price of the full version, but only IF you don't own Microsoft Office 2010. Office 2010 users already have the best note organizer with the included ONENOTE Application. A lot of people don't even know it's included in their Office Suite and I would suggest trying it out if you need this sort of app. I still have to give AllMyNotes a 5 for it's fast search and overall layout

dsp_418

dsp_418 reviewed v3.00 Beta on Apr 11, 2012

@ Bala7: The point here is not what we can or cannot do. In fact to write a review one just need to be an user not a developer. The point is all those features supposed to be in the free version they simply aren't available. To get the full power out of this app you have to buy the full version. It's just smoke in the eyes.

Bala7

Bala7 reviewed v2.40 Beta on Apr 20, 2011

The totally free ver website is listed among these comments: scroll down a little.
Separately, for those of you who b**** about a free app; if you can do better why don't you? The developer is contributing something for nothing while the rest of you whine.

Hilbert

Hilbert reviewed v2.40 Beta on Apr 20, 2011

OldGeek is totally correct.

It's baitware/nobbleware masquerading as freeware.

Volodymyr Frytskyy

Volodymyr Frytskyy reviewed v2.36 Build 399 Beta on Feb 26, 2011

2 OldGeek:

After number of negative feedbacks about freeware version I think I've figured what's wrong - BetaNews download link was broken and redirecting to our homepage, which is wrong. It's uneasy to find beta version there, and probably you where lead to paid version, which was difficult to register as Free edition. Please sorry for that. I've implemented redirects for BetaNews users on our web-site to lead downloads to correct Beta page.

OldGeek

OldGeek reviewed v2.36 Build 399 Beta on Feb 25, 2011

Why is this still promoted as "freeware"? Bait and switch? I rated it at 1 because as 'freeware' it sucks.

Volodymyr Frytskyy

Volodymyr Frytskyy reviewed v2.32 Beta on Jan 6, 2011

2 Bala7:

> This app is no longer free.

Free edition is avilable here - allmynotes.vladonai.com/?edition=free

Bala7

Bala7 reviewed v2.32 Beta on Jan 4, 2011

This app is no longer free.

bobad

bobad reviewed v2.23 RC on Oct 7, 2010

Nice notes program, but I don't know if you need all the "categories" to sort through. I'm spoiled on a notes keeper called VectorNotes, because it works just like google search bar...type in any word or phrase, and it goes directly to your note.

tangmeihuang58

tangmeihuang58 reviewed v2.19 RC3 on Sep 7, 2010

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Avg. Rating 4.3 (150 votes)
Your Rating
kstev99

kstev99 reviewed v3.03 Beta on Sep 1, 2012

I haven't used this for a while, even though I do have a license for the paid version. Tried it again recently and It is still a very useful program and is worth the price of the full version, but only IF you don't own Microsoft Office 2010. Office 2010 users already have the best note organizer with the included ONENOTE Application. A lot of people don't even know it's included in their Office Suite and I would suggest trying it out if you need this sort of app. I still have to give AllMyNotes a 5 for it's fast search and overall layout

dsp_418

dsp_418 reviewed v3.00 Beta on Apr 11, 2012

@ Bala7: The point here is not what we can or cannot do. In fact to write a review one just need to be an user not a developer. The point is all those features supposed to be in the free version they simply aren't available. To get the full power out of this app you have to buy the full version. It's just smoke in the eyes.

Bala7

Bala7 reviewed v2.40 Beta on Apr 20, 2011

The totally free ver website is listed among these comments: scroll down a little.
Separately, for those of you who b**** about a free app; if you can do better why don't you? The developer is contributing something for nothing while the rest of you whine.

Hilbert

Hilbert reviewed v2.40 Beta on Apr 20, 2011

OldGeek is totally correct.

It's baitware/nobbleware masquerading as freeware.

Volodymyr Frytskyy

Volodymyr Frytskyy reviewed v2.36 Build 399 Beta on Feb 26, 2011

2 OldGeek:

After number of negative feedbacks about freeware version I think I've figured what's wrong - BetaNews download link was broken and redirecting to our homepage, which is wrong. It's uneasy to find beta version there, and probably you where lead to paid version, which was difficult to register as Free edition. Please sorry for that. I've implemented redirects for BetaNews users on our web-site to lead downloads to correct Beta page.

OldGeek

OldGeek reviewed v2.36 Build 399 Beta on Feb 25, 2011

Why is this still promoted as "freeware"? Bait and switch? I rated it at 1 because as 'freeware' it sucks.

Volodymyr Frytskyy

Volodymyr Frytskyy reviewed v2.32 Beta on Jan 6, 2011

2 Bala7:

> This app is no longer free.

Free edition is avilable here - allmynotes.vladonai.com/?edition=free

Bala7

Bala7 reviewed v2.32 Beta on Jan 4, 2011

This app is no longer free.

bobad

bobad reviewed v2.23 RC on Oct 7, 2010

Nice notes program, but I don't know if you need all the "categories" to sort through. I'm spoiled on a notes keeper called VectorNotes, because it works just like google search bar...type in any word or phrase, and it goes directly to your note.

tangmeihuang58

tangmeihuang58 reviewed v2.19 RC3 on Sep 7, 2010

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dsp_418

dsp_418 reviewed v2.19 RC3 on Sep 6, 2010

The confusion begins when it seems this belongs to *FREEWARE* software. Therefore people download it thinking that you'll get those cool features for free. Now, if you like it and you wanna pay for it, it's up to you. But please, don't put this under freeware category showing those features, the *FREE VERSION COMES WITH LIMITED FEATURES*. That's all. If you wanna pay, go and pay for it, that's the only way to have all the features those wrongly appear here, they are not free.
As shareware software it's great, as freeware software it's useless.

brunoman

brunoman reviewed v2.12 Beta on Jul 31, 2010

I like the feel of this organizer, intuitive and easy to use for a fairly newbie to this type of program. Just looking forward to possible table insert module to make it easier for old eyes to align numbers and notes in columns.
Thanks for this program, I do recommend it!
Bruno

anomoly

anomoly reviewed v2.12 Beta on Jul 28, 2010

Stop trying to compare this with a software that no longer exists-Keynote.
KeynoteNF has replaced it and works just fine.
This is a great piece of software for those that want to PAY for it.
Nobody cares what you think about other reviewers or fileforum whatsoever.
Save the long winded speeches for your personal friends.
Retarded to compare it to either keynote-discontinued, or my notes keeper-a joke.

lehenryjr

lehenryjr reviewed v2.11 Beta on Jul 14, 2010

I like this program, it's base functionality would be great for someone on the go, a student or just someone that wants to organize their thoughts. The price is right and I believe it's very good- but early.

I was a KEYNOTE user along time ago, but KEYNOTE development stopped and there were a lot of performance issues with it...

But if you're searching for a direct replacement for Keynote- look at MyNotesKeeper; it can import Keynote files. It's shareware, but has lots of functionality and feel of Keynote. It can also publish to WordPress.

Just trying to help...

Until next time,
LEHenryJr
LEHSYS.com

DudeBoyz

DudeBoyz reviewed v2.06 Beta on May 21, 2010

$34 USD is a lot when you compare it to KeyNote, which is free and seems to be on the same level in terms of functions and usability. Good idea, and always good to have competition, but $19 would be a lot more palatable.

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