Hi, I'm Tom, and I'm the author of this project.
I do it because I believe that you can easily manage your documents without giving access to it to other companies. I believe that you should not be afraid of leaking or disclosing your documents. And I believe that you shouldn't be profiled by algorithms based on your behavior or data you have. At the same time, I know that everyone wants to have easy, convenient access to own data.
With Keepmark, I want you to feel the freedom that comes with keeping your privacy and at the same time give you the easiest possible access to your documents. In some aspects I already succeed in doing this in others not yet, but I am constantly working on the next versions of the Keepmark.
Keepmark latest release: 1.29.0 (2021-09-11)
It’s time to share with you the next version of Keepmark - 1.29.0. As I mentioned in 2 previous posts, in this release I focused mainly on the new markdown/textpack editor. In this release it doesn’t replace the current editor yet - I introduced it in parallel to the existing one. In order to encourage people to switch to the new editor, there is also a new feature for it - the ability to link text fragments to other documents inside the repository. Read more
You can easily organize and find your documents by stored metadata or indexed content of files. Keepmark indexes content of text files, markdown, html, pdf, doc, docx, odt, eml...
You can split your documents to many workspaces. Bills? Work? Projects? You can define your own context of work.
You can save to inbox all new documents that appear during your work day.
Finally, decide if you want to move them to the repository or delete them.
You can download selected folders from your email account (Imap protocol) and treat your emails like all other documents.
Keepmark has built-in browsers for popular document formats. Now you can browse text files, markdown, html, pdfs, emails, or photos.
Keepmark stores your data in as regular files, so you can easily synchronize them between computers, or keep them in the cloud (like Dropbox).
I work on Keepmark by myself. It is actively developed and new versions appear regularly since its first release in December 2018 (visit the blog to see how it changes). By purchasing the app you are supporting its continued development and you can actively influence its further growth.