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What is the best option to take notes from your Android

Take notes from your Android

There are many ways to take notes from your Android to always have everything at hand and be able to consult any note you need, divided into categories and that allow much more than just taking notes. There are many application options on Android that you can also use on other operating systems or devices and will allow you not to lose anything.

Google Keep

Just a few weeks ago Google announced a new way to share notes with Google Keep. You could share them as a family so that you could, for example, make collaborative shopping lists or gift lists, canything you can think of.

Google Keep can also be used to automatically transcribe notes, as can WhatsApp voice notes. It has support for other devices such as Android Wear and you can also use it from your computer. You will be able to store voice notes, save receipts for documents, photographs or even capture a map and draw the line by drawing on it.

You can organize the notes by labels and by colors to find them more easily. You can synchronize them from all your devices to have your notes wherever you are and without the need to copy and paste from one side to the other if you change from the tablet to the phone or from the phone to the computer, for example.

Google Keep: notes and lists
Google Keep: notes and lists

Evernote

Evernote is possibly one of the most popular applications for taking notes on your mobile phone or tablet. Much more focused on the professional field but suitable for anything you need in your day to day. You can make notebooks to store all your notes, by categories, by tags, marking them as favorites.

You can even make collaborative notebooks in case you want to share texts with your friends or need to share notes with coworkers or classmates. Something that seems quite useful if you want to share your notes.

In the notes you can add images, links, draw on them, save audios and even the application has direct access to the camera in case you want to take photos while you are taking notes. This is very useful if you are in a conference where you want to highlight something in the presentation, for example, and you don’t have time to copy it.

Evernote - take notes from your Android

You can gSave notes in Evernote directly from any other website or from any other application, using it as a reader to later read a certain article or something that you have found online.

Evernote has synchronization between all the devices you install, all you have to do is access your account. It also has an application for computers and you can have all the notes from any device although the free option of the app only allows you to have two devices synchronized at the same time.

Evernote
Evernote

OneNote

OneNote is an application created by Microsoft cwith a design very similar to Google Keep and that has synchronization with OneDrive, just like Google Keep with Google Drive. OneNote offers you to create notes, make lists, share them with other users and add audio, photos, videos or links to the same notes.

OneNote - take notes from your Android

Notes in OneNote are organized in different sections like notebooks or sheets and you can add labels to find them very quickly. You can upload images, plans or captures and draw on them to explain any detail you want and share them with friends, colleagues or any client, for example.

an app Very complete that you can download for free from the Google Play Store and that has more than 100 million downloads.

Microsoft OneNote: Save Ideas and Organize Notes
Microsoft OneNote: Save Ideas and Organize Notes