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

awesome-reMarkable Alternatives

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

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Posts with mentions or reviews of awesome-reMarkable. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-10-15.
  • Does anyone else have a Linux laptop?
  • Remarkable starts implementing subscription plans for its cloud features | 2021-10-12
    It's a great time to get off their cloud using libre third-party tools.

  • Dear Remarkable: I'm done.
  • I made this. You can have one too! (Link in comments) | 2021-10-05
    Awesome! Is there a repository that aggregates a bunch of cool framework community repos? Similar to this for remarkable
  • Onyx using recent "anti-China movement" as excuse to withold Linux kernel source code | 2021-10-01
    Get a remarkable instead, it’s completely “hackable”:
  • I bricked then recovered my reMarkable 2 | 2021-09-27
    I have a rM2 that I've never connected to their reMarkable Cloud and I'm pretty happy with it; you can get the screen-sharing etc via other software. Bunch of options here:
  • Selective Cloud Sync?
    There are many programs you may find useful in the Awesome reMarkable list. Beyond the desktop/GUI apps listed there (maybe try reMy for rsync synchronization), check out ddvk/rmfakecloud; it will let you host your own cloud, but requires some know-how.
  • Command line tool to convert page to png or pdf on the device, or from a third party?
    I've looked around too, but couldn't find any thirdparty tool for page(or book)-to-png conversion either.
  • Sharing notebook with another Rm2
    There are other tools listed in the Awesome reMarkable list (also in this subreddit's sidebar) that can help you out, but the quality of documentation is variable and most of these require some effort and knowledge to set up and use.
  • The PineNote is an e-ink notebook that runs Linux | 2021-08-30
    And they give root access to the device along with GPL compliance statements, allowing for a flourishing developer community that creates tons of useful programs that can run on the embedded device. See for example for a list.
  • How customisable is the rm2?
  • The most underused browser feature | 2021-08-25
    Depending on how far you want to go, there are VNC clients[1], toltec has opkg-installable stuff including at least one browser[2] known to work, and there are full OS replacements that let you run a full linux GUI[3] which can almost certainly run a normal-ish desktop browser.

    So while this one won't work, there are options.


  • Any idea on how to make the desktop app work on Linux?
    Thanks, but I prefer not to install anything on the remarkable, so if I get the app to work it would be better. However, just in case someone looking this post doesn't know about it, in awesome reMarkable you can find a great collection of tools for the reMarkable. Those two that you mention are included there.
  • Screen sharing, tethered?
    If you're open to hacking your reMarkable a bit, there are a few OSS solutions out there to do USB-based fast screen-sharing.
  • Introducing the PineNote | 2021-08-15


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reHackable/awesome-reMarkable is an open source project licensed under GNU General Public License v3.0 or later which is an OSI approved license.

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