A few years ago, most of us used Evernote to organize our images, links, files, notes, etc. If you are still looking for a more minimalist alternative, Index may be the perfect answer.
To begin, we must know that it has applications for the main platforms : Windows, macOS, iOS, Android and extensions for Chrome and Firefox. You can download them directly from this link.
The true strong point of Index is its commitment to simplicity and speed. After having sent something to the application, we can automatically write the corresponding hashtags to be able to tag it.
In the following video we can see a demo in which its operation is shown:
As we can see, we can establish shortcuts to the hashtags that we use the most, in order to reach them faster. I was surprised that in order to create an account we have to download one of the applications, it can not be created directly from the web.
We have the possibility to save links, text or images (or a combination of both) in the same note. All applications are free , although there is a premium model for users who need it.
We have the option to become a “superuser”, paying a fee of $ 2.99 per month or $ 1.99 per month if we pay the entire year. This way we will have unlimited capacity, since free users can only save up to 237 items.
I think it is a good option for those people who are looking for a fast and minimalist manager that forces them to be more organized. The best part is that we can try it for free and see if it convinces us enough to pay for the premium version.