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  1. bradm23

    bradm23 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    What is the best app t take notes in
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  2. jamor

    jamor Well-Known Member

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    I like ColorNote
     
  3. Spearfisher3

    Spearfisher3 Active Member

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    Simple. Does what I need it to.

    No bells and whistles.
     
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    jamor Well-Known Member

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    You know there is something we would chant when your football team came to play at our stadium... And it's not pretty. ;)

    F*** YOU C-S-U!!

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    MrBigFeathers Well-Known Member

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    ColorNote for me
     
  6. wilkette

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    I use Evernote
     
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    AKnote
     
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    Nunley Well-Known Member

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    Having a mac and a pc, I have found a great application called Springpad.
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    Right now it's free. I've liked it over Evernote for the great ability to make checkable lists as well as keep notes. They also have versions for the apple stuff that stays synced. I'm giving it a test run and so far it's been pretty great.
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    You can find the web/desktop version here...Springpad and download with the QR code here.
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    I'd like to know what others think of this app.
    I also like Evernote and am still using both to see which one fits me better.
     
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    rapidsandroid Well-Known Member

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    I use Astrid Tasks and am very happy with it. No ads. Amusing notifications with flexible multiple deadlines if you want them. You can even hide far out tasks until they approach, then they appear. And it comes with a widget for a quick look on the screen, but not as intrusive as others I tested.
     
  10. asp2010

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    so which one did you choose? personally, i like Springpad best :)
     

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