Top 10 Note-Taking Apps for 2017

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This video covers the best note-taking applications out on iOS and Android today, sharing some of the pros of the services to help you determine what note taking app is for you!

These are the best note-taking apps of 2017.

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// APPS MENTIONED:

▸ EVERNOTE: http://evernote.grsm.io/cl_fdalessio
▸ BEAR NOTES: bear-writer.com
▸ ONENOTE: onenote.com
▸ BOX NOTES: box.com/en-gb/notes
▸ QUIP: quip.com
▸ DROPBOX PAPER: paper.dropbox.com
▸ ZOHO NOTEBOOK: http://zoho.com/notebook
▸ DYNALIST: dynalist.io
▸ SIMPLENOTE: simplenote.com
▸ GOOGLE KEEP: keep.google.com

NOTABLE MENTIONS:
▸ MILANOTE: milanote.com

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OneNote Web Tutorial:
VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fppCJx1GqjI

SimpleNote:
VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_4LMBEr6nHo (Owned by Francesco D’Alessio)

Dropbox inc. Paper:
VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j5dHMB1eCmY

Box Notes by Box:
VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A__2RIzkvUE

Zoho Notebook:
VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yyHPiBroUpI

Quip overview:
VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w4idr1aWo8s&t=25s (Owned by Francesco D’Alessio)

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Comments

Rosby Duhart says:

I watched this post to narrow my choices down to two or three apps.I have a couple of church related projects that I will be using for drop box.I have a music based project that I’ll use Onenote for. And then for my blog and deep research, I’ll use Evernote.Very good post….some of them I haven’t heard of…..so very enlighting.

Joseph Dickson says:

I’d suggest self hosted WordPress.

Hear me out, Yeah you gotta pay for webhosting but WordPress is just as easy to use and categorize or tag as Simplenote and others. But the real bonus is you don’t have to worry about some 3rd party service provider pulling features away or dropping the service. The Andriod and iOS app is pretty fantastic to boot.

Granted it takes more time to set up and learn but in the long run can be worth it.

Or Pencil and a notebook old school style.

Vince Hughes says:

Great presentation

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Nyanna Ross says:

Anyone knows why OneNote won’t make notes on my iPhone 5s anymore?

Aaron Devlin says:

Are they any notes apps that don’t use family sharing and that can still collaborate with an other iPhone?

Adam Popper says:

Thank you for the review. Have you tried Noteshelf? If not, you should look into it. It is both a PDF annotator, and also a fully functioned notebook with excellent handwriting recognition that automatically syncs with Evernote

Darcy Hall says:

what about notability?

MrNishiwa says:

Great video, thank you!

kristina guerrero says:

Nothing about notability, goodnotes, or Noteshelf! Wow

Vijay Pal Vishwakarma says:

I found a best app for notes with calendar and news feed article
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mobile.pal.news.feeds

Jennine Corabelle says:

Guys, make your own iphone apps does not have to be hard (I used to feel it did). I’ll give you some advice right now. Look for a step by step guide called Devomobiron Secrets (search on google). Seriously, I have earned crazy amounts of money with it by selling my own made iphone apps. I probably shouldn’t even be mentioning it because I do not want a bunch of other folks out there running the same “game” but whatever, I’m in a good mood today so I’ll share the wealth haha.

Nezello says:

Dude your voice makes my skin CRAWL…

Oakley Bhati says:

THANK YOU SO MUCH THIS IS THE VIDEO I HAVE BEEN SEARCHING FOR! YOU MADE MY DAY

Peter Johnson says:

Also add one more advance tool #OpusTime that can manage your clients along with a advance note taking app so that you can keep your customers imp notes and files safely. Must try if you have a personal business.

Robert Cooper says:

How did Ulysses not get included in here?! I’ve recently switched to it and i’m loving it.

xXsnowconeXx says:

All of them are hard to look at and keep track of.

Random United says:

I recently discovered tiddlywiki. It’s free and more advanced then any of these. It’s been great so far, highly recommend!

Ranz Ali says:

The Elephant is not letting me view synced notes offline unless I upgrade. So I’m gonna forget the Elephant!…. but it will never forget me.

Charlotte Martica says:

Hey There! Thank you for this useful video. By the way, I notice a lot of people keep on talking about Devomobiron Secrets (just google it), but I’m not sure if it is really good. Have you tried using this tutorial guide called Devomobiron Secrets? I have heard several amazing things about it and my cooworker get his first iphone apps made without any programming experience at all with it, but he refuses to tell me 🙁

New Tricks says:

Google keep is free and reliable

DGHF says:

Which app is the best when it comes to data security? I mean real security, not the American “We don’t give your notes to 3rd Party services” “yes of course, you don’t. Can u get the santa clause on the phone please”

hugo sanches says:

What about noteledge?

Lord Vader says:

SomNote is also very Good

Adriano Townsend says:

I notice a lot of people keep on talking about Devomobiron Secrets. But Im not sure if it’s good. Have you ever tried this popular create apps tutorial?

Liam Van Hymus says:

sounds like stewie

Deepest Blue says:

Evernote killed their Grid view – which for visual users is a must. Now what? Any suggestions?

Jacques-André Mayeur says:

You’re missing one app, NEBO from MyScript, available on AppleStore and outstanding tool when used with the Apple Pencil on iPad. It recognizes your handwriting and several other features. Worth a try, it’s… free !!

Gee MeeL says:

Well done, please work on ‘the sound’ or are you simply to far away from your mic??

Francesco D'Alessio says:

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Thank you for all the amazing comments below! 🙂

AHAT Battle Rap League says:

wunderlist is very good as well

Thomas Lisankie says:

Standard Notes is great for true privacy

紀冠名 says:

notion and turtl are also great note app,
and I thinks that onenote is the best app for engineer with Windows OS

NeoLunare says:

Which one is more recommended for writing? I mean creative writing

Bob Wareham says:

To much plinky plonk music

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