Note taking apps are digital version of your notebook and can serve as one even if you don’t have a pen and paper.
In a smartphone it’s not very helpful in staying organized if you have more than one note-taking app. That’s why you have to choose only the best. Here are our top suggestions which you can download at no cost.
Notes is the default note-taking app for iOS and works very well. The interface may look too basic, but that’s the beauty of it. You can use it like a blank canvas, and the things you want to do are probably supported, including formatting, adding checkboxes and syncing features.
Note Daily is your Swiss army knife in the note-taking app genre. It does a great job of being a notepad app and there are several features that might surprise you.
For one, it’s an organizer, a document scanner and a planner. You can even use it as a diary or for your task list in daily or professional matters. Best of all, it’s free and available to download on the Play Store.
This free app can be very useful for work since it has inherent encryption features. You can save and add a password before saving or sharing online.
Aside from privacy, Standard Notes is multi-platform and can be accessed on macOS, iOS, Windows and devices that can run a web browser. Also, you can download extensions but you’ll need to unlock the premium version.
Notion may not have the doc scanner capability of Note Daily but it’s fairly sophisticated and can work on both professional and personal life.
It’s a collaborative platform that’s focused on quick and easy sharing between users and devices. You can open the app’s templates and explore on your own if you want to, but overall it’s a robust note-taking app you can get for free.
Angela is a senior editor at Dreniq News. She has written for many famous news agencies.