Centrallo vs. Evernote comparison

Looking for a complement or alternative to Evernote? Centrallo may be just the modern productivity tool you’re looking for to organize and share your personal and professional life. Watch a quick video and see how easy it is to try Centrallo.

Centrallo Competitive Advantages

Powerful list making

Create lists with unlimited list levels and include notes with photos, videos, voice notes, web links, emails, Dropbox, Google Drive, and OneDrive links, contact records, location reminders and more.

Share lists privately

Invite other users to view, edit or contribute their own content to a list – essentially collaborating. Once a new user accepts the invitation, the list is automatically pushed to their devices.

Publish lists publicly

Share lists easily by publishing a link for anyone to view on the web, Twitter or Facebook. Here’s an example. Password protection is also available for more confidential information. Here’s an example.

Feature Comparison

Feature Evernote Centrallo
Calendar sync
Password protect notes
Share at any list level
Location based reminders

Click here for a detailed feature-by-feature chart comparing Centrallo to Evernote.

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Import notes from Evernote to Centrallo

Evernote Power-User Quote

For me to even consider trying Centrallo as a complement to Evernote, I needed a way to elegantly deal with the thousands of notes I have taken since 2008. Now notes I have created over the years are organized into structured lists, and lists-within-lists that are easy to search and share, and synced quickly in real-time across all my devices.
Dr. Marc Chasin, CIO of a large healthcare organization,
and an original Evernote Power User since 2008.

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Centrallo is currently available for iOS, Android, and Apple Watch – and is developing
desktop applications for Windows and Mac. Both our iOS and Android apps are rated 4+ stars.

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