Android Today: Taking Notes

When it comes to taking notes, one of the most useful and most used is certainly Evernote. For keeping track of detailed notes, which can even include pictures (I have one note that is a picture of part of the keys for my laptop), it is one of the best, if not the best. It syncs across multiple devices, and, hey, cool, it’s free. You can sort the notes under different notebooks. I actually have a separate icon simply for business notes. Create notes, task lists, and so much more. You can also lock it. This one is a must have.

Next up is Inkpad. I use this for very simple notes, though it has the power to do much more, such as tasks and lists. Notes I want very quick access to. The free version allows 4 syncs per day. One nice feature is that the lists are also backed up to the SD card, so even if you have no network you will still have access.

Finally, there is Ol Shopping List, which, shockingly, is a shopping list! There are many a time when I think I’m done and check the list.

Any interesting note apps you use?

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3 Responses to “Android Today: Taking Notes”

  1. I have become a fan of evernote, upgraded to the pro version and use it for everything.

  2. Kevin says:

    I dunno, Mr. Teach. I’m not ok with Android, Chrome or Chromium. Google already knows enough about me for my own good. I don’t think telling them my pwords and letting them mark ALL of the places I visit is a good idea.

    Is that paranoid? Anyway, I prefer a 50/50/50 split (divided by 150) between them, Apple, and Firefox to at least make it complicated for the government to track me. Or better yet, keep all of my info private. But I haven’t figured out how to do that yet.

  3. LD Jackson says:

    I use Wunderlist for shopping lists. It works great and keeps the items in history for future use. Works for me.

    I use Color Notes for notes.

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