OneNote is a widely popular note taking tool from Microsoft. The program comes with MS Office suite, but still you can get it as a standalone application.
Evernote, a comprehensive app for note taking, has just unveiled a version with business card recognition.
Do you know what the name is of the playing song? Which app should you use to identify its name? Which should you use for humming and which for direct playing?
Web based note taking service Beyondpad has a unique way of storing, organizing and presenting your personal data. Let’s take a closer look at it.
Though Put.io is a nice service for downloading torrents online, there is no way for you to see what does it look like unless you spend some pennies. This review gives you an impression of Put.io absolutely free. Enjoy!
Probably you’ve heard about Cintanotes. It’s a Windows based note taking app available in both installer and portable versions.
Don’t feel like to buy a wearable device, but eager to have a try of how working out with smart gears would be? Try Google Fit.
If you’re searching for a little but handy note taker app, SilverNote could be the solution. The Windows based software offers tons of features and tools to create notes.
Inbox by Gmail is a new app from the Gmail team. We had a chance to get a closer look at it within the scope of its beta testing program. Enjoy!
Simplenote is a note taking tool available on the web, Android, iOS and Mac. The service offers free sync, backup and notes sharing.