Welcome to Inkdrop!
On this page, you'll find all the necessary information to start crafting notes with Inkdrop. There're 3 steps to take:
- Create an Inkdrop account.
- Download the app.
- Install the app on your device.
Let's get started.
First, you need to create an Inkdrop account. Your account serves many purposes and helps you to:
- Manage your personal information, including account credentials.
- Keep track of authenticated devices and IP addresses.
- Manage payments.
- Browse and publish plugins.
To create an account, go to the Inkdrop's sign-up page.
Once you've created an account, Inkdrop sends a verification link to the specified email. What you need to do:
- Go to the link to verify the account.
You're redirected to the Inkdrop website.
- Select Download the client app.
- Select an installer appropriate for your operating system.
The download will start.
Alternatively, you can sign in to your Inkdrop account and select Download app as shown in the image below:
Then select an installer appropriate for your operating system.
Once you downloaded the
- Double-click the downloaded file to extract the application.
- Drag extracted application into your Applications folder.
Once you've downloaded the
Setup.exe file, double-click it and follow the installation instruction.
You can install Inkdrop via Snap or package.
The app is available in Snap Store. To install Inkdrop using snap, run the following command in the terminal:
sudo snap install inkdrop # Allow the app to access your keyring sudo snap connect inkdrop:password-manager-service
You can easily update the app by running the command below:
sudo snap refresh inkdrop
To install Inkdrop on Linux, you can download a Debian package, an RPM package, or a zip archive.
wget https://api.inkdrop.app/download/linux/deb -O /tmp/inkdrop.deb && sudo dpkg -i /tmp/inkdrop.deb && rm /tmp/inkdrop.deb # Install Inkdrop's dependencies if they are missing sudo apt-get -f install
wget https://api.inkdrop.app/download/linux/rpm -O /tmp/inkdrop.rpm && sudo yum install /tmp/inkdrop.rpm && rm /tmp/inkdrop.rpm
Once you've installed Inkdrop, sign in to your account. To do that:
- Open the app. You'll see a login screen.
- Enter your credentials and select LOG IN.
Can you help us improve these docs?
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