Note-taking seems simple, and yet many apps have struggled to do it as effectively as one might expect; Wrish is an open source, browser-based notepad that makes note-taking easy. The auto-saving platform is similar to Google Docs, but it pares the app down to the essentials and cuts out all the distractions and clutter.
Wrish's auto-saving is what sets it apart. The app updates itself every three seconds, so it's extremely unlikely that users will lose anything of importance. Further, like Google Docs, Wrish creates a unique URL hash for every document created on it. That means users can share their notes with others and collaborate on projects easily.
Unlike Google Docs, however, Wrish does not require an account, which preserves privacy for users.
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