Collect ideas, see connections, Free your mind.

Your Space to Connect the Dots.

Your Space to Think.


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Collect inspiring ideas without breaking the flow.

Whether you type your own thoughts or use the web clipper, mobile app or Readwise - if you resonate with an idea, don’t overthink it, collect it in Napkin. Reflect on your new ideas when you are in the right mood and see them connected to previous ideas.


Napkin understands what your notes are about and shows you related ideas.

Over time it learns how you tick and offers new perspectives and connections you would otherwise not have thought about. It is a timeless medium for timeless ideas. All notes are in one space - liberated from folders, pages, and chronological feeds.


Jump to particular ideas, browse by topic or flow through a playlist of ideas Napkin created for you.

Are you inspired to develop new ideas? Playfully outline your next essay while you browse your notes and never face a blank page again. Bring your outline to your favorite writing app with a single click and start editing.


“I feel so much peace of mind now, knowing that I have a central place where I can put everything, and the app itself is making all of the connections between notes that I was never able to make myself.”

Anna Filou,

"After a couple of weeks, Napkin started tagging my thoughts how I would have, and often sees additional connections I wouldn't. Getting exposed to your past thoughts this way is a game changer. I feel like I have so many ideas now, because I no longer forget them, and Napkin helps me develop them."

Dave Crumbine,

"Because of Napkin, I have many of these pure, healthy, present ideas that I can use when I feel frustrated, confused, or even joyful to realize how much more valuable life can be."

We are drowning in information while starving for wisdom

Collect Ideas

We come across inspiring ideas every day. But do we have them on top of our minds at the right moment? Napkin makes it easy to capture, recall and recombine ideas at the speed of thought.

Cultivate Inspiration

Great ideas inspire us! Unfortunately, our memory isn't perfect. And while note-taking apps are great for storage, they make it difficult to rediscover our ideas. Napkin makes it easy to build and explore our personal idea-collection.


Your Napkin’s structure emerges based on the ideas you collect. You don’t need to manage your knowledge. Just reflect on your stream of thought instead. Simply focus on one thought and see related thoughts appear instantly - just like your mind works.


per month
Billed monthly. 30-day free trial. Cancel anytime.


  • One place to collect your ideas

  • Web clipper, iPhone app and Readwise connection for easy input

  • Personalized AI connecting your collected ideas


per year
Billed yearly. 30-day free trial.


  • One place to collect your ideas

  • Web clipper, iPhone app and Readwise connection for easy input

  • Personalized AI connecting your collected ideas


Billed once. 30-day money-back.

Believer PLAN

  • Instant access to everything in monthly and yearly plan - for a lifetime

  • Priority support

  • Boost our development speed


We believe in the power of ideas. The right idea at the right time is a powerful lever on the world.

Thanks to the recent information explosion, it has never been easier to come across a good idea. However, the constant stream of information and the siloed nature of our media make it difficult to reflect on ideas and access them at the right moment.

At Napkin, we explore how to thrive in information overload. We work to augment human creativity and help people lead more inspired lives.

"We are drowning in information while starving for wisdom. The world henceforth will be run by synthesizers, people who are able to put together the right information at the right time, think critically about it, and make important choices wisely”. - E. O. Wilson