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The BEST Free Notes App Right Now (26/12/2009)

Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by lekky, Dec 26, 2009.

  1. lekky

    lekky Lover
    Thread Starter

    Lots of Note app threads about, this is currently the best one on the market for me (Waaaay better than Note Everything). The thing that sets it apart for me, is the intuitive and easy to use interface. I fell in love with it after trying so many note apps that just didn't make me go "wow, I love this".

    Note Me


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  2. Mercutio

    Mercutio Member

    No voice notes.
  3. Cessna

    Cessna Newbie

    no password protection.
  4. miqal

    miqal Newbie

    Evernote is the best! Give it a try. I think you may say "wow, I love this" again.
  5. lekky

    lekky Lover
    Thread Starter


    I purposely made that thread title to get passionate responses :p

    There is really no such thing as the best app for everyone (i.e. I dont need those features, but they are deal breakers for some), but hopefully I've gotten people to try out something new :)

    EDIT: @miqal tried it as part of the research, it didn't give me the same feeling as Note Me, but thanks :p
  6. mjschmidt

    mjschmidt Android Expert

    Evernote doesn't currently allow you to view your notes offline, unless they've changed since the last time I complained in their forums a couple of days ago.
  7. Redflea

    Redflea Android Expert

    I don't get why there isn't a Notes app that works w/Google Docs...all I want is the ability to create notes on my phone or on Google Docs and have them sync seamlessly.

    Gdocs is the closest I've found - it can read docs in my Google Docs, download them, allow me to edit them, upload. No real sync, though. (There is a sync add-on but the market comments on it are pretty brutal...) You can view them in original format w/out downloading them (though embedded images don't display), if you download them to edit, then you eidt them as text only. Pretty nice...free.

    There's also Gdocs Notepad, but it's sync after editing seemed to get hung up (thought it did sync, it stayed on the "syncing" dialog until I finally hit back), and it won't provide a list of Gdocs folders (you have to enter them one at a time as the current folder setting, rather than browsing through a folder list as you can in Gdocs).

    3Banana looks like it would be the best of the bunch (forgive the pun) but it has its own sync web site, doesn't use Google Docs...
  8. Carl C

    Carl C Extreme Android User

    I personally use "Melon - Note pad" which I find very good for what I need. I love the add toast and add seed feature where it allows you to view your note in the notification bar and even a note when your phone wakes. :)

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