A curated list of projects related to the reMarkable tablet (by reHackable)


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awesome-reMarkable Alternatives

Similar projects and alternatives to awesome-reMarkable

  • GitHub repo remarkable-hacks

    additional functionality via binary patching

  • GitHub repo toltec

    Community-maintained repository of free software for the reMarkable tablet.

  • GitHub repo remarkable_printer

    Native printing to reMarkable.

  • GitHub repo The-Open-Book

  • GitHub repo google-drive-remarkable-sync

    Apps Script library for synchronising Google Drive folder with Remarkable reader.

  • GitHub repo fsnotes

    Notes manager for macOS/iOS

  • GitHub repo org-journal

    A simple org-mode based journaling mode

  • GitHub repo rmview

    A live viewer for reMarkable written in PyQt5

  • GitHub repo KoboCloud

    A set of scripts to synchronize a kobo reader with popular cloud services

  • GitHub repo remarkable_news

    Daily news/comics on your reMarkable's suspend screen

  • GitHub repo rmfakecloud

    fake cloud api

  • GitHub repo remapy

    An open source explorer for your remarkable tablet to show, upload or delete files via the remarkable cloud.

  • GitHub repo plato

    Document reader (by darvin)

  • GitHub repo remarkable2-recovery

    recovery tools for reMarkable 2

  • GitHub repo hackernews2remarkable

    Fetch top articles from HackerNews, pack as EPUB right in your reMarkable device

  • GitHub repo notes

    A zero dependency shell script that makes it really simple to manage your text notes. (by nickjj)

  • GitHub repo note

    A command line simple note taking app (by wsw70)

  • GitHub repo pyrmexplorer

    GUI explorer for Remarkable tablets

  • GitHub repo zk

    A simple command-line tool to jot notes (by mkaz)

  • GitHub repo zeke

    Zeke is a CLI for managing a knowledge base built on a local folder of plain text Markdown files.

NOTE: The number of mentions on this list indicates mentions on common posts. Hence, a higher number means a better awesome-reMarkable alternative or higher similarity.


Posts where awesome-reMarkable has been mentioned. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects - the last one was on 2021-04-03.
  • iPad Air for studying? | 2021-04-20
    The fact that it's a "dumb" device where you can't just install and open any app that distracts you (looking at you, reddit) is a clear win for me. Also it runs Linux and people developed all kinds of hacks for it
  • I recently got this interactive planner Key2Success by Brandon Bodendorfer. Is there any app or anything that can update with my remarkable cloud besides the rM app. I find the Remarkable app very disappointing. Thanks!
    The sidebar of this subreddit has some useful links. There is a wiki page that lists some software, and more is listed in this section of the awesome-reMarkable list.
  • My new leather folio case ( made by LOTbyLOT on Etsy)!
    Are you thinking of Awesome reMarkable?
  • Update to Year-Week-Tasks - Clickable Planner
    Can you upload your solution to:
  • Blank screen on RM2 after trying to download KO Reader
    One is just to read specific information about how to tweak and modify the tablet. Even if it's not something you're going to do yourself, it can help to read through the instructions to get a feel for how interactions with the tablet work. You might have come across this already, but in case you haven't, the Awesome reMarkable list gives a good overview of the sorts of things people are doing with their tablets. (And the reMarkableWiki has bunch of information about the tablets, too.) You might sometimes run into problems with this route, but you can post about them here, or ask for assistance on the reMarkable Discord server.
  • I made a 32“ eInk newspaper | 2021-03-28
    > whose software platform does not allow me to simply add more functionality

  • Best practices, tools, workflows for hacked rm?
  • Third-party cloud integration
  • Ask HN: What is currently the best “nerd friendly” tablet? | 2021-03-20
  • Just discovered the device yesterday - need advice.
    Since no one seems to have mentioned it yet, here's a curated list of hacks:
  • reMarkable 2 without cloud services
    Here are some of those tools:
  • Highlighter adjustment?
    Not with the stock reMarkable software, no, but you can change the highlighter color with tools like RCU (I'm the author) or maybe others.
  • How to root remarkable 2
    You can find lota of details on how to put custom software and run it here:
  • What's the best way to print a page?
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  • Does anyone have a list of favorite non-standard programs?
    There’s a good list at