RemNote will always have a feature-rich, free-for-life version. RemNote's core features (+ many more we're building) are free. Users may eventually have an option to subscribe for higher data storage caps (for images, files, and content).

Our current focus is on innovating, improving, and building the best knowledge base & spaced-repetition tool. Please share your feature requests!

Our Three-Part Commitment

TLDR: RemNote is here to stay. You can count on that - and us - to be your note-taking tool for life.

  • Data Ownership: You own your data - always. You'll be able to export all data in its raw state and import it to another tool.

  • Free Access Guarantee: We'll always provide a feature-rich, free-for-life version of RemNote. Current users will never be asked to pay for any feature they're already using, in the feature's current state.

  • Guaranteed Access Clause*: In the extremely unlikely event that RemNote ever winds down (don’t worry - we are 100% committed and fully expect and plan to be here for the long haul), we will release all code into an open-source project. You could run RemNote as a local desktop app (RemNote already works fully offline) and/or the open-source community could host RemNote independently. We are 100% committed to you and the development of this tool. Period.

Why RemNote?

Note-taking empowers you to think and process information more effectively. Note-taking with RemNote empowers you to think, organize, and process your ideas in a sustainable, nimble, and permanent way. Our users rely on us to structure, retain, and support a significant part of their externalized memory.

We fully appreciate the critical importance of retaining consistent and unfettered access to your RemNote account and data - forever. You can count on us to ensure you never have to worry about access, retention, or commitment. Focus on your work and your learning. We’ll take care of the rest.

The Team

RemNote began as a research project at MIT. We recently spun out into a small team committed to building the best spaced-repetition powered memex available.

If you have thoughts, please connect with us at RemNote (@rem_note) on Twitter - we love to hear your feedback.

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