Wednesday, 30 March 2016

Simplenote 1.0.0... How to install on Ubuntu based systems


Brief introduction...

Automattic the company behind Simplenote, launched the note-taking and Syncing App Simplenote for Linux systems. On this article, we show how to install it, using the Terminal.


Image logo of "Simplenote", all rights, credits and source of: Automattic


So, what is it...

       Simplenote it's an application to keep notes, lists, ideas and more. Your notes automatically synchronize with your computer and all your devices. It's extremely easy to use. For those who want more power, you can also use tags, pins, versions, and sharing. This is an multi-platform application works on iOS, Android, Mac, Windows, Kindle, web, and now also for Linux.





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We made a small tutorial video showing how to install 

Simplenote 



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How to install on .deb 
packages based systems?
Like: Debian, Ubuntu, SolydXK, Kubuntu, Semplice OS, Linux Mint, Sparky Linux, elemntaryOS, LinuxLite, etc...


Open your terminal, then copy and paste the follow command lines
  • For 32-bit and 64-bit
    • wget "https://github.com/Automattic/simplenote-electron/releases/download/v1.0.0/simplenote-1.0.0.deb"
    • sudo gdebi simplenote-1.0.0.deb


And that's it...
Enjoy your new, and fresh note-taking application!





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