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  1. gogol

    gogol Well-Known Member
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    Is there app like microsoft onenote mobile?

    Which you can put text and photos in one document. The photo can be taken using camera or import image file, and displayed as thumbnail ...

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  2. jhalsey205

    jhalsey205 Lurker

    Evernote is what you are looking for
  3. mjschmidt

    mjschmidt Android Expert

    Except that the Evernote app does NOT allow for viewing your notes "offline". In order to see your notes you have to be connected to the internet via WiFi or Data connection.

    Only other thing close to it is NoteEverything, or 3Banana.
  4. gogol

    gogol Well-Known Member
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    Ah too bad then if it needs data/wi-fi connection.

    Because it wont work most probably inside public building. And it would be expensive when you are abroad (roaming).

    I often use Microsoft OneNote to record what I eat/dine in a restaurant :)

    You know, taking meal/dish photo and make note the menu name/price.

    This is very useful when I re-visit the restaurant, I would know which menu I have already tried! :)

    Using OneNote for this purpose is very nice because I can put text and the photos are arranged in small thumbnails in the document.

    Hmmm, to bad, no alternative yet on Android :(
  5. nicracine

    nicracine Well-Known Member

    It may not be exactly what you want, but NoteEverything is very close to it. The paid version allows you many different note types, including Picture notes. If you want, you can synchronize your notes in the cloud, but they stay in your phone.

    BTW, I am just a fan, I am not related to the software in any way. :)

    Nicolas Racine
  6. mjschmidt

    mjschmidt Android Expert

    As I mentioned in my post above, 3banana would do what you want. It allows you to sync with an online account (if you want) or just keep the notes on your phone. I don't know how well it syncs/transfers to OneNote (haven't tried yet) but I'll test that when I have a sec.

    You can check out 3banana here: 3banana Notes v1.15 Application for Android | Productivity
  7. paisiy

    paisiy Lurker

  8. Palmetto Fellow

    Palmetto Fellow Android Expert

    the two features I like most about Microsoft OneNote are:

    1. Instant save of the note, no need to save it, name it, and pick a folder to keep the note in.

    2. Click anywhere and start making a new note contained in its own box which can be dragged anywhere within the application.
  9. paisiy

    paisiy Lurker

    By the way MobileNoter (OneNote client for Android) is already released and exists in two versions: MobileNoter (syncs with OneNote through cloud server or Wi-Fi network) and MobileNoter SE (works with files locally or through the Dropbox).

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