I'm looking at IA Writer and Bear (they don't have android though). What are your favourite note taking apps?
- John Xie made this productTaskade is an outlining tool designed for getting things done. You can outline tasks, notes, and more, in an infinite tree hierarchical structure. The app is cross-platform, real-time, and super lightweight for personal use and teams.
- If you're looking to take notes during one-on-ones, team or discussion type meetings (sprint planning, product kickoff, town halls, etc) then SoapBox is awesome! It's a free agenda tool that allows you to: 💻 Collaborate on shared meeting agendas 📝 Take notes, comment and summarize what you discuss (as you discuss!) 📧 Automatically email meeting notes 🏃♀️ Add next steps and action items 🕐 Revisit past one-on-one, team meetings and discussions 📅 Sync meetings with your calendar 🧐 Spark conversations with the SoapBox question suggester 🔗 Integrate with Slack, Microsoft Teams and Google 📌 Personalized home page with all upcoming meetings, action items and more in one central place Check out more ways SoapBox can supercharge 🚀 your meetings here: http://bit.ly/2LZ3CSw
- According to me, it's the perfect simple note taking App.
- I personally enjoy using NoteLedge - I have to take a lot of notes at work and a good note-taking app is an essential tool for me. With NoteLedge, I'm able to do both typed and written notes, as well as voice notes if I'm not able to type. All my files are synced across the three devices that I use for work - my phone, tablet and desktop computer. I'm able to access everything wherever I am and this makes working on the go easier, so I'm not attached to a particular device. I also like how all my notes/documents/media stay organized in individual folders, this makes browsing very easy. NoteLedge is a useful app for business professionals, students, proficient note-takers, etc.I find NoteLedge great for taking notes. I usually do them on my phone when I'm commuting, and on my notebook when I'm at work or at home. I like how this app is actually quite fun to use and I can organize my notes by folders and this makes looking for a particular note/date quite easy. One of my favorite notes apps so far.
- I know I'm old school, but I love Keep. It's been super easy to onboard other people in my life such as my parents, who may not be super tech-savvy, so we have one place to share to-do lists.Without a doubt, hands down the best! Syncs across all devices, and has a Chrome app. I always use the "send to Keep" feature on my phone, then will tidy it up later. I color code my notes - yellow for "life" notes, orange for "work" and white for miscellaneous notes. you can add photos and tons of other features although the base app does the job.
- I just love how simple yet robust Bear is. Good for writing specs, articles or just short notes. I especially love the themes. The only thing I wish they worked on is the ability to hide those tags like H1, H2 when you are writing.
- As a developer, I've recently switched to this from Ulysses and I love it. It has a Vim plugin (plus others) and a great Markdown editor perfect for writing my own personal documentation. Not being tied to my iCloud account is a great bonus as well. So far the only negative is that it's built with Electron, but I haven't had any issues with that yet.
- As a professional journalist and writer, I currently use the Document Maker app for both personal use and business. Business-wise, I love the sharing and folder /sub-folders features. Here’s the deal Writing and sharing documents is what I do for a living. Therefore, when I am on the go and I happen to create a client document, I want to know I have the means to share it – either via email attachments, via Dropbox, via Google Drive, via the Microsoft Sky Drive, or via FTP. Surprisingly, the app enables me to do all this, and more. Speaking of folders and sub-folders, I am really a neat-freak, and I guess I carry this over from being in the Army. I love compartmentalizing things, the Document Maker app folders and sub-folders feature allows me to neatly file things away in an easy to retrieve filing system. Some of Document Maker app features include those you are accustomed to with Microsoft Document Suite, namely folders and sub-folders creation, deleting, and renaming files… you can even drag and drop files to move them across folders. Personally, I find using this Document Maker app on my table to be of tremendous help what away from the office, especially when travelling (waiting to board a flight at the airport), waiting at the doctor's office. It helps me bridge the gap between on the road and away from the office. I just love this Document Maker app.