Paul Katsen
Paul KatsenCofounder, Blockspring

How do you take notes on mobile?

I read a lot on my phone - news, blogs/articles, products/amazon, twitter, etc. Looking for an app that makes it easy to capture notes from all of these sites on my phone. Lots of copy/paste into Google Keep is getting tough.
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  1. I use an app called NoteLedge on my iPhone, and it works on Android deivces as well. It's a fairly simple app to learn how to use and it has quite a few useful tools that I use almost daily like creating to-do lists, saving/organizing bookmarks in individual folders, taking notes and brainstorming for projects at work. I like this app because even when I'm working on my phone, for example, I'm still able to get quite a few things done on the go, when I'm not in my office or at home, so I think if you're looking for something that will increase your productivity, this app is a good solution to consider
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    Joshua Powers
    Joshua PowersWeb Development Team Lead · Written
    I like using this app on my iPhone for taking notes on the go. The small screen is designed in a way that's easy to navigate. Useful and convinient.
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    Clarence Garrison
    Clarence GarrisonJava Software Engineer · Written
    NoteLedge is great for taking notes on my phone - I create to-do lists, add them to my calendar and everything is synced and organized. Can't complain.
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  2. Cheryl Sabarita
    Cheryl SabaritaBlockchain & Crypto-currency Investor · Written
    I have synology at home. I love notestation. It sync automatically..I can access it from my iphone and my computer...The beauty is I have control of my data, I have it at home. ANd when I travel I still have access to them.
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    Evernote

    Note taking gets even simpler

    Simply the best one out there!
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    Cheryl Sabarita
    Cheryl SabaritaBlockchain & Crypto-currency Investor · Written
    This is nice too. I have used Evernote before moving to Note Station.
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