loffice-365 VS onestandard

Compare loffice-365 vs onestandard and see what are their differences.

loffice-365

An electron wrapped Office 365 application integrated into your file manager as if it was a native application. (by Fmstrat)

onestandard

Convert notes from OneNote for use in Standard Notes (by oxhacks)
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loffice-365 onestandard
5 1
73 11
- -
3.2 0.6
about 1 month ago 8 months ago
Shell Python
- MIT License
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loffice-365

Posts with mentions or reviews of loffice-365. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-09-13.

onestandard

Posts with mentions or reviews of onestandard. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-09-07.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing loffice-365 and onestandard you can also consider the following projects:

xournalpp - Xournal++ is a handwriting notetaking software with PDF annotation support. Written in C++ with GTK3, supporting Linux (e.g. Ubuntu, Debian, Arch, SUSE), macOS and Windows 10. Supports pen input from devices such as Wacom Tablets.

unofficial-webapp-office - Access all of your favorite Office 365 apps from Linux

winapps - Run Windows apps such as Microsoft Office/Adobe in Linux (Ubuntu/Fedora) and GNOME/KDE as if they were a part of the native OS, including Nautilus integration.