According to them…they’re sticking with Electron for macOS. I’m not really that hard over on a native client although I would prefer one though…they only dealbreaker for me is local storage backup and restore options.
On a related note as we all ponder switch or not options…a lot/most of the local storage capable options seem to lack Secure Notes and image attachment options. Does anybody know if encrypting a note in Apple Notes is actually effectively E2EE so that Apple has no ability to see into it. It uses a 16 byte key according to what I read derived from the password used for encryption…so that seems to imply that it is effective E2EE. I’m not sure how a 16 byte key compares to 1PW and a 22 character password as far as security goes…but if it provides effective encryption and takes something in the centuries to crack that’s probably good enough if it is E2EE…anybody know what a 16 byte password converts to as an equivalent xx characters? Guess that’s actually 2 questions instead of 1.
If Encrypted notes with text or images are decently secure…that expands the potential universe of alternatives a lot since those two features are lacking in a lot of packages.