Note taking apps are the digital equivalent of notebooks, and because they’re digital, they can do more for you than paper ever could.
What I’ve like about it is that , note taking apps can store your notes in the cloud and sync them across multiple devices. As long as you have the internet, you have your notes.
It has search functionality. In a matter of seconds, you can find whatever notes you need, even if they are years old.
With a great feature that let you snap pictures and save them as notes, upload files, record audio, and clip pages from the web. I’ve never seen a paper notebook that lets you dictate notes using your voice, either.
I recommend this app cause its very useful on every occasion. I usually used it whenever I do write for my articles as my drafts and for final presentation. And this app can be found as a default app on your phone , thus no need to install.
Here’s a look at what’s new in iOS 11’s Notes app.
- Drawings. Notes first incorporated drawing capabilities back in iOS 9 and shortly thereafter also gained support for the Apple Pencil (at least for iPad users).
- Improved text formatting & tables.• Lines and Grids.• Handwriting.
- Pinned Notes.• Instant Notes.• Scanned Documents.
Here’s a look at what’s in Notes app for Android phone users.
- It allows you to create text notes, lists, and more.
- Its namesake feature is the ability to change the background color of notes to help you stay organized.
Include calendar support, backup support to both internal storage and cloud storage, and more.
- ColorNote also has to-do list features as well.
- Best of all, it’s completely free.