Hi, Many years ago I used to keep lots of notes in the Palm Notepad (or whatever it was called). For a while I kept TODO lists in Astrid and RememberTheMilk. But now I'd like to have integrated notes and TODO lists in a single app environment, which will also work when I'm offline (on both Android and Mac web browser) and automatically re-sync when I'm back online. Google Keep can do lots of this, but there's no good way to provide category labels other than colors. Also, the only lists only support a single level of nesting. Apparently Evernote (which I also used briefly) will do what I want, if I pay for the Premium subscription. But I hate subscriptions, although I'm glad to pay the one-time cost of a good app (like I do with B-Folders, for my passwords). I also need/want a good way to export my data out of this ecosystem in the future. Google Keep is surprisingly weak in this regard. Finally, a good Android voice interface would be nice. Rather than have a global "OK, Google" vocabulary, I'd like to have only one (or at most two) icons to click on, which would let me dictate a note or a list. In that voice context, I wouldn't be able to do other things like dial a phone number, check the sports scores, etc. I'm open to voice solutions which require Tasker's ecosystem. Is there a solution which I'm overlooking? Preferably one with a desktop Chrome interface, including offline support?