GitJournal is a mobile-first Markdown editor integrated with Git.

It supporting syncing your notes using any git repository accessible vis SSH, including GitHub, GitLab, Gitea, or your own server. The entire code base is also completely open source. GitJournal focuses on giving users control of their data and allowing them to access it with multiple devices using an open and well known protocol: git. There are various free and commercial git hosting providers, and setting up your own git server has a lower bar of entry than any other syncing solution.

GitJournal additionally lets you easily link your notes together with a Wiki style link - [[FileName]]. This lets you easily interlink different ideas and even build your own knowledge base.

GitJournal Markdown Support

GitJournal provides support for the following Markdown elements.

Element Support Notes
Headings Yes
Paragraphs Yes
Line Breaks Yes
Bold Yes
Italic Yes
Blockquotes Yes
Ordered Lists Yes
Unordered Lists Yes
Code Yes
Horizontal Rules Yes
Links Yes
Images Yes
Tables Yes
Fenced Code Blocks Yes
Syntax Highlighting No
Footnotes No
Heading IDs No
Definition Lists No
Strikethrough Yes
Task Lists Yes
Emoji (copy and paste) Yes
Emoji (shortcodes) Yes
Automatic URL Linking Yes
Disabling Automatic URL Linking No
HTML No

Support for Additional Syntax Elements

As an added bonus, GitJournal provides support for several obscure elements.

Element Markdown Rendered Output
WikiLinks [[PageName]] Links to the file PageName.md

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