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7 Best Note-taking Apps in 2019

We often note down things in both personal and professional life. And, to note down stuff, we either use a pen and paper or the Smartphone we have. If you mostly use your devices for taking notes, then this blog post is especially for you.

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You don’t worry about carrying a pen and paper in your pocket if you always take notes on the phone. Even, we forget where we wrote down things earlier or misplace the paper where we wrote down ideas or any information. Writing on phones is the best solution in this case. You can easily find everything that you wrote in a particular app and easily access it. On that note, here are the best few note-taking apps for your phone that you can use in your day-to-day life.

1. Evernote

Evernote is undoubtedly one of the most used and oldest note-taking apps available in the market. It keeps all your information and ideas safe and secured as well as organized. This app is easy and free to use and perfect for use in all your devices. To iOS users, the recent version allows Siri integration as well as new tables inside it. The paid version of this app comes with more advanced features.

2. OneNote

Microsoft’s OneNote is primarily for the ones who enjoy writing on the paper. You can add text anywhere on the digital screen the same as the real paper. It stays connected to the cloud all the time so that you don’t lose your precious data. This app is developed by Microsoft; the tech giant which has already conquered the hearts of millions through its outstanding products and services. OneNote is a free note-taking app and ideal for using on all the platforms – Android, iOS, Mac, and Windows.

3. Google Keep

Google Keep features a simple to use interface and allows you include audio and images with your notes. Other than this, you get the option to scan documents such as receipts, letters written with hand, invoices and more. This note-taking app is ideal for collaborating with others too. It is available for free on the Google Play Store; you can quickly get it from there.

4. Bear

This particular note taking app is only for Apple products. It keeps your notes organized and is very easy to use. Most of the features of this app are available for free, but a paid version is there with advanced export options and new themes.

5. Material Notes

If you like everything full of color and life, the Material Notes app is for you. It brings out your creativity while you make notes and lets you have fun at the same time. You can manage to-do lists, reminders, and of course notes inside this note-taking app. When it comes to security, there is an option to secure your information with a four-digit code. Sharing content with other devices is pretty easy through this app too.

6. Simplenote

Simplenote is an ideal note-taking app for jotting down ideas. It consists of various features that are simple to use. All the ideas stay secured and organized inside this app as it is connected directly to the clouds. You don’t have to charge a penny for downloading and using Simplenote.

7. Ulysses

If you use Mac and need an app for keeping your ideas and other useful information safe and organized, Ulysses app is the best solution. It is simply one of the most excellent apps for using on Apple’s Mac OS. All the information that you write saves automatically on iCloud, and you don’t have to worry about protecting what you write from time to time. You can export the written information in plenty of formats including doc, PDF, HTML, e-books and more. Though, you will have to pay a dedicated amount for a month or year to use Ulysses.


All in all, these apps are the seven best apps for taking notes on your phone. Get these apps in your Smartphone as soon as possible to start managing your notes. There are plenty of other apps in the market, which you can choose if you don’t like any of these apps.

Aida Martin is a self-professed security expert; she has been making the people aware of the security threats. Her passion is to write about Cyber security, cryptography, malware, social engineering, internet and new media. She writes for Norton security products at .



Published by Aida Martin

IT expert having deep knowledge about PC antivirus products. Mainly researching and writing blogs.

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