- Recently I've been using NoteLedge for gathering web-clippings, PDFs, school notes and to-do lists. One of the best things about this app is the file organization - everything is separated into labeled folders and finding something specific takes no time at all. Also, all the media from my notes goes into a Media Folder that is easy to browse through as well. I use this app mainly for brainstorming and note-taking - I find the handwriting option very useful if I want to make little sketches to go with my notes. It's also possible to save an entire web-page as a note - I use this function when I'm working on something for school. Overall, I recommend checking this app outThe app is virtually perfect and does everything I need it to.
- TheBrain is designed to help you organize information the way you think. TheBrain helps you organize all of your ideas, files, goals, projects, etc. all together in a centralized repository which is easy for you to access and share. The software offers a dynamic visual display that is infinitely scalable. TheBrain is a living mind map with unlimited space. A Thought can represent any type of digital information on your computer. Clicking on a Thought brings it to the center of the display and all related information then surrounds your active item. TheBrain is also making some huge improvements in their latest release, TheBrain 9 that is currently in Beta Testing.
- I would suggest BoostHQ. It's meant for teams but I personally use it for personal use. I create topic specific channels and populate them with links, files, videos, documents etc that are organized and indexed for whenever I need to go back to something in specific. Best part is I can easily share any link online with the Chrome Browser extension into one of my channels. It's also fully integrated with Google Drive so uploading any of my existing docs and spreadsheets is a breeze!