Notes by Firefox: securely sync your notes across multiple devices
Taking notes can be an art. You just need to look at applications like Evernote or Google Keep to realize it. Each one offers its own version, trusting in offering users what they need and meeting specific needs. Are you looking for a tool to work in a team? For personal management? For quick notes?
Now from Mozilla, seek to offer their own solution. Under the explicit name of Notes by Firefox, its pillars are:
- A notepad that syncs with Firefox: If you are an intensive user of the Mozilla browser, it is very likely that this new app will attract your attention, since Firefox is the link.
- End-to-end encryption: To protect everything you write.
- Synchronization between Android and desktop: To access your notes whenever you want.
- With the Mozilla seal: Complying with its values.
To use Notes by Firefox, you will need the Android application and the Firefox extension, plus a Firefox account. From there the experience will be, above all, simple. You can create to-do lists, take quick notes … Whatever you need, but without great fanfare. Synchronization occurs automatically, so you can read, edit and delete notes from anywhere. In the browser it works like a special sidebar.
A rival for Google Keep
With all this, Notes by Firefox it’s more of a rival to Google Keep than Evernote. Both applications boast of being very easy to use, multiplatform and synchronized through their respective accounts. The main advantage of Mozilla’s tool would be in its encryption system, while Google Keep’s is in its number of users and its availability on any device. In principle, it will be very difficult for Firefox manage to eat some ground, especially if we take into account that at the moment the extension is exclusive for the Mozilla browser. Opening up to other browsers could encourage the use of this application among those loyal to other browsers.