The spatial browser to explore ideas

No more lost bookmarks and highlights
No more back and forth between tabs and windows
Browse the web and capture meaningful information without losing context

Web, redefined.

No tabs. Explore the web with cards on a canvas, alongside images, PDFs, and more.


Create from anywhere: use our Mac/iPad and web app, and even work offline.


Your data is yours, always. Fully decentralized and encrypted on device.

Browse and capture

Browse the web and capture images, quotes, and links in one click.

Connect and annotate

Organise and connect your thoughts visually. See information in different contexts, and rediscover your creative spark ✨


Go from inspiration to final product. Share with your friends or clients or publish for the world to see.

Team up

Collaborate with your team, from workshop to delivery. Integrate your tools, use kosmivision to chat. Remote work made easy.

Coming soon

Infinite canvas,
and possibilities.

Kosmik for students

Watch lectures right on Kosmik, take notes, add PDFs, and research and extract information.


Keep all your notes in one place, browse the web to find anything you need and work on and publish your essays!


Make moodboards that stand out by adding pictures, videos, notes, and even sketching your ideas


Create moodboards, plan trips, save your favourite memories and inspiration, and take notes for what you're learning!

Built for creatives, designers, researchers, and anyone who wants to think better.

Our manifesto

We used to dream about computers.

We created computers to expand the possibilities of human minds. To create a better world, a more fun, creative, and fair world, where people could collaborate and advance human intelligence.

And computers have helped us build great things. They helped advance science and healthcare, they allow people to collaborate from across the world, they entertain us and help us become more productive. But for all the dreams we had for them, they have been a disappointment.

Where has the dream gone?

To companies that sell your data for profit, that intrude on your privacy? To applications that are hard and unintuitive to use? Information that is siloed, unretrievable?

We get it, computers are no longer inspiring. They are useful, sometimes fun, but mostly, they are a place where you waste precious time, where your ideas go to die. They are hardly anything that moves you anymore.

We think it's time for a change. Time to reignite the dream. And we hope you will join us.