Phones and tablets come with a notetaking app, but it’s usually pretty bare bones, and notetaking is why a lot of people like mobile devices. There are so many other notetaking apps out there, some that let you write with your finger, some that record your voice, and some that can help you make lists. Check out some of these popular apps.
Blogging for this Thing
Use at least one of these apps and write a blog post about what you think about it and how you may be able to use it personally or professionally. If you know of another app that would fit under this Thing, tell us about it in your blog, too.
Springpad is a free personal organizer app that lets you save and organize tasks, recipes, notes, movies and more. Save from anywhere, on any device. Springpad even offers suggests to help you do more based upon what you’ve been saving.
Bamboo Paper is a digital notebook app to help you capture your creative moments and thoughts. With this app, you can take notes, sketch, and draw with your finger or a stylus using a selection of six different pen tools.
Make to-do lists for whatever you like with Remember the Milk. Organize and prioritize your lists, add tasks and due dates, search your tasks and notes, and even set up notification reminders via email or text message. Never forget your tasks with Remember the Milk.
Dragon Dictation: Apple only
Dragon is a simple speech to text app where you can speak your notes and Dragon will type them out for you. You can also edit the notes with a keyboard afterwards, because it doesn’t always hear you correctly. Notes can be sent to email, Facebook, or Twitter directly from the app.