Note taking can be a highly personal process, as everyone chooses their own medium and writing tool. However, if you’re keen on apps then there are some notepad apps that are better than the rest.
Check out these top 4 note-taking apps you can download today.
Evernote has been around since forever and is probably the default notepad app for many. In terms of options it’s pretty robust and can handle notes in virtually every form and type.
The app has a search functionality and can store images, menus, signs and photos with text.
Note Daily is an all-in-one notepad app for taking notes, organizing a list, tasks, and even a document scanner. The app does everything as intended and can be your go-to app for organization, diary, reminder, planning and photo editing.
Best of all, it’s free to download and only takes up minimal space in your smartphone.
Microsoft OneNote is available in every platform, even web and serves as a direct competitor to Evernote. It’s a freeform task list app where you can do almost everything, including putting in text or images and editing both however you please.
OneNote is for long-form documents, articles and similar content. Storage is carried up to the cloud and you can upgrade to a higher one if you find yourself running out of space.
Apple Notes is arguably the best notepad on the iOS ecosystem. It’s not a full fledged doc scanner, but you can easily access it via web, macOS or iOS, which means cross-platform compatibility.
The app itself is simple but it has Siri support and is convenient. As you already have your iPhone everywhere you go you can just open the app, jot something down and get to it later on. Text can be scanned into a document and sent or shared as well.