To be honest I wish there was a better Apple Notes editor app, something that would edit notes and save them in my apple notes app so it syncs on all my devices.
- Bear is amazing and well on it's way to eclipse Evernote. Their pricing is awesome and the team is constantly updating the apps with new features.Bear is amazing. It's very straightforward, has incredibly reliable sync and many awesome export options from markdown.
- Evernote syncs to the cloud so no matter what platform / device you're using (PC, Mac, iPhone, web) you'll have the same notes that all match perfectly. I use Evernote religiously and refer to it as my "second brain". Couldn't live without it.I use Evernote all the time in School. It's amazing - everything is literally everywhere. No matter if I'm on my phone, my computer, or even online through a school computer, I have all of my notes. It even makes Word documents, scanned pages and handwritten notes searchable. There's no way I would be organized without it.
- I've recently started using Dropbox Paper. I love the simple UI of it.Paper is great for team collaboration! I work at Junto (https://juntoteam.com) and we use Dropbox Paper for almost every internal document. It's simple and powerfulWell designed and as dropbox user, works well for me. Though I love Bear much more cos of nesting architecture but paper is available literally everywhere that's one of reason, I used paper as my default note taking app. P.S Please make a native app for mac as well 🙏
- Note taking is just one part of Zenkit. It's a WebApp with Mobile and Desktop Apps. They sync and it's possible to work in an offline mode as well.
- It's the best. It's the first note taking app I ever could find my notes in.This is my favorite note taking app that I've ever used - and I've tried a lot. I've all of the upvoted ones on this list. Notion make it so easy to find what you're looking for and keep notes organized. Markdown editor so you can write and format quickly. Their table features are great too (not going to replace airtable or excel) but if you have some notes that are easier to organize in a table, this is the app to use! Syncs perfectly with iPhone.
- I've actually been a big fan of an app called NoteLedge. I create notes and to-do lists on both my iPhone and my MacBook Air, and everything I generate on either device syncs with no problems, and it works with a variety of cloud services. The app is quite useful overall, I use it dailyThis is a pretty useful application for taking notes, drawing and organizing everything - both on your iPhone and Mac. All my files sync very quickly. Two thumbs up.
- This is obviously not the first thought you might have when thinking about taking notes, but between Slack and iMessage, I really don't find myself needing something extra or any more refined. I just message myself! In fact, I'm pretty sure that when you first message yourself on a Slack team the app suggests using it that way. Generally I use whatever Slack team I'm on for contextual notes regarding that thought space. (Where I might otherwise use iMessage for more personal stuff.) I also use the DM with our Slack Bot for notes as well. Especially in conjunction with some of the skills. For example the wikipedia skill we just released. https://www.producthunt.com/post... Of course you don't have some of the features you'd find in dedicated note apps. But hey, they're just notes!
- I use this all the time - It works cross-platform and is super easy. Save with browser extensions, or just a few taps on your phone. It's easy to set up and I found it much more intuitive to use than any other mentioned here, and I've tried them all. Save photos, URLs, and all sorts of items with your note effortlessly, to as many notebooks as you'd like. The UI is really nice, too - very pretty, I think. I do like Ulysses to write in, but for a note-taking app? Hmm.