There are many note taking applications and services available on the market, and each has its own peculiarities for which users love them.
Evernote Web Clipper is a browser extension that can help you to store and share notes easily. You can take notes as text, articles, bookmarks or even the entire web page.
Google Keep and Evernote are the best-known note-taking apps in the market. What’s different between them? Is either good under any circumstances?
Fetchnotes is a simple and quick note taking service that supports web, iOS and Androd to save, manage and collaborate your ideas. It also offers a Chrome extension which helps you take notes in a click.
Google Keep and Beyondpad are two of the quite a few free note taking services available on the web. You may find them look alike to some extent, yet some distinct points also exist between them. So, which one to choose?
There are so many note taking apps available on the internet. It’s unlikely that you can try them all. Here I’ve presented an overview of seven popular note taking apps.
Google and Apple, a pair of old-aged competitors. The conflicts of interest have facilitated the situation where Apple gradually de-Googlizes. Google Keep, the relatively new service, has yet no client for iOS. Now what?
Onetastic is a free third party add-in for Microsoft OneNote 2010 and 2013. It gives some additional capabilities to manage notes, style texts, format images etc.
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.