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TIRED OF STICKY NOTES?

Stop using Sticky Notes
use Thought Train instead.

15,000+ professionals have chosen Thought Train to stay on top of their tasks through the day.

Taking into account the madness happening around the world I’ve decided to make Thought Train pay-what-you-want until mid-April.

Stay safe everyone.

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The Carousel

Pack lots of notes into the menubar with a completely unique carousel, scrolling across your menubar.

Always available

Thought Train is a menubar app, easily accessible at all times with a keyboard shortcut, so there’s no need to tab away from your work.

EXPORT NOTES

Easily export your notes as txt, csv or html documents with the export feature. so that you can use them where ever you see fit.

Totally Encrypted

All your notes are 100% encrypted from the client to the cloud. There's no way for us or anyone to know what you're writing.

15,000 users and counting

Join thousands of users who believe this is the one app that should be default with every MacOS and Windows version.

Rich text editor

The built-in rich text editor lets you keep more in-depth details, like meeting notes other text you use all the time.

pricing

Pay-what-you-want.

There’s a 7 day no-obligation free trial to try the app out, after which you can pay what you want for the app.

  • Full client-side encryption
  • Rich text editor
  • Copy, edit, re-order and archive
  • Cloud syncing
  • Unique scrolling carousel
  • Multiple devices
  • Frequent updates
  • Full dark mode support

What are users saying?

This is the app that should have been included by default on MacOS…

Super Unique. I've definitely made the mistake of tabbing between too many things at once.

Ryan Hoover – Product Hunt

Thank you so much for your hard work, my colleagues and I use this tool daily and it's an absolute pleasure.

Aaron Robles

This product is the first thing I was trying to find when I bought a mac but couldn't, thanks a ton.

Logan Honeycutt

It’s a simple interface, but a really useful one if you frequently need to add things to the ol’ to-do list.

Lifehacker.com