Yes of course I know these two apps.
Dropbox paper is an improved concept of note apps.
And excuse me but we can't compare apps such as evernote / paper and nextcloud note app.
When I test paper or evernote, I do not see any anchor in front of my titles, I can underline and cross easily my text, I can create lists and spredsheet etc.
This could be where we meet the free software boarder with proprietary. Not especially because of more devs people on a project, on more money. Just because of two ways of think :
- Nextcloud users (or developpers ?) think that a note app which create text files is a very good and producive app beacause they can open it with a simple text editor
- Evernote or other product users want ergonomy and a homogeneous solution between desktop and smartphone.
This post is not an unproductive critic and even less a sterile attack. It is more an observation and a board when I write ideas in the goal of others do the same to increase nextcloud and build a better software (even if now, nextcloud is even better that I could have hopped ! )