Burgernotes Note Taking Application

Burgernotes is a free and open-source note-taking application for Linux and the Web. It is simple and private, with end-to-end encrypted notes. You need to create an account to use this application. You can also seamlessly sync all your notes across your devices. You can check its source code here:

Burgernotes Note Taking

Install Burgernotes on Ubuntu

The Burgernotes notes application is available from the Flathub repository. Therefore, you need to install Flatpak and Flathub on your system first. If you don’t have them, follow the link below and install them on your system, then restart it.

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How to Install Flatpak:

After that, in your terminal application (Ctrl+Alt+T), run the following Burgernotes Flatpak install command. It will install the latest version of the Burgernotes app on your system.

flatpak install flathub org.hectabit.Burgernotes

You can open it using the command below:

flatpak run org.hectabit.Burgernotes

And uninstall it using the commands below:

flatpak uninstall org.hectabit.Burgernotes


sudo flatpak uninstall org.hectabit.Burgernotes
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