10 apps for taking notes
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If pen and paper are too last-century for you, here are 10 apps to move your note-taking mobile.
Evernote is one of the best known note-taking apps. The app does a number of functions like keeping to do lists, scanning business cards, recording voice memos, and of course, taking notes. It’s best feature may be automatically syncing across multiple devices across different platforms. Available for iOS and Android.
If you use both Apple and Android devices, iNotes lets you sync your notes with Apple Notes. Available for Android.
Notability lets the user handle new notes, forms, annotations, audio notes, and illustrations with iCloud compatibility. Available for iOS.
Aside from note-aking and managing tasks, NoteSuite has the capability for PDF annotation, drawing, record audio, and arrange photos. Available for iOS.
Notesy is simple u2013 you take notes. It is, however, backed by Dropbox. Available for iOS.
This app lets the user write on the screen in their own handwriting using a stylus, active pen, or finger. Available for Android.
For Android users, SwiftKey switches out the keyboard so users can quickly swipe across the keyboard to type. SwiftKey says its strength is its prediction technology and autocorrect. For iOS, which doesn’t allow alternative keyboards, SwiftKey is integrated into a note-taking app. Available for iOS and Android.