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Best note taking app for Android


Best note taking app for Android




Evernote is probably the most popular note taking app which can be found anywhere. You can write notes on web, mobile and desktop. It offers great features and yet, easy to use. However, there is one slight problem. Now, if you don’t want to subscribe to premium, you are limited to 2 devices. Yes, only two and that is a problem.

Despite the new limitation, still it offers the best user experience and continue to be in the first place.




Microsoft OneNote

The second place is for Microsoft’s OneNote app. It is definitely the most professional one among the others in the list with Microsoft Office-like experience. The down site of the app is that its mobile version is awful. However, if Microsoft redesigns the One Note and make a new app for mobile from scratch, then it can be the winner.




Google Keep

Google Keep is different from both Evernote and OneNote. Even though you can use them with the purpose of quick note taking, they feel more natural to write serious notes. In this case though, Google Keep is perfect if you just want to write few sentences. However, Keep has less tools, web version is not as good as Evernote Web and there is only mobile apps.


The Rest

Simple Note 

As you can understand from its name, it is designed to be simple. It is easy to use but only available on Android which is not good if you are looking for a note app that can sync everything on all of your devices.


Dropbox Paper 

It is a new service created by Dropbox and integrated to their cloud service. It looks really good and allows your friends to contribute on the notes. However, as I said, it is a new service and lacks so many features. Maybe, in the future, we may see the Dropbox Paper among the bests.



Jack Goodman

Founder & CEO of BrightTitan

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