5 Best Note taking Apps for Android

Note taking apps for Android
Note taking apps for Android

Before the usage of smartphones, we used to get reminded of our tasks by activating alarms. In order to have some important data with us, we used to send messages or mails to ourselves. But, the trend has got changed with the entry of smartphones. Android phones provide us to make use of applications, which helps us to take notes and keep track of our tasks or To-do lists. So we would never forget to do important tasks and taking notes. It helps us to have the important information with us every time. So, here is the list of 5 best android apps for taking notes and for creating and tracking tasks.

Best Note Taking Apps for Android

1. Google Keep:

Google Keep

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Google Keep is the product of Google and it allows taking notes and creating tasks. It creates items by adding checkboxes beside every task we create. One of the most important things about Google Keep is that, you can integrate it with your Gmail and Google Drive. So, you can share your notes or tasks to anyone. Color coding feature of Google Keep, allows us to recognize each task and notes based on the category. Color coding allows us to differentiate notes, tasks and also categories within them. Google lovers can install this app without the second thought.

You can track tasks by simply ticking the check box beside the task, when you are done with that particular task. You can also save notes using voice and images. Home widgets can also help you in creating notes in Google Keep and it is available for free of cost.


2. Evernote:


Evernote provides the service which everyone loves. It allows us to take notes normally and also through scanning. Yes, if you are a frequent traveler and want to identify the receipt or bill which you have scanned, then Evernote would be very helpful. You can create tasks and save scanned copies as well. It allows users to search for notes and also to search the content within notes. It has got the good search techniques.

One of the most important features of Evernote is the cloud service. You can upload every note or task you create to the cloud and can be accessed from anywhere. It also allows you to save the location when you capture photos. With this information, it offers you the search of files based on the location. This is the feature to experiment on. It is available for free of cost, but with the premium account you can lock your notes, allow multiple users to edit the note and many such benefits are provided.


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3. Any.do:

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This android app with black theme has great features. This allows us to create tasks, scheduling a meeting and reminding us to make a call. There are many such features, but the most important thing is that, it allows us to change the missed call you receive as a task. Wondered? Yes, you heard it right. When you got a missed call, you can make that as a task and let you get reminded to call to that number. This great feature will never make us to forget to call back.

Another important feature which attracts many users is, when you start typing to create a task, it will predict the task based on your saved tasks. This reduces our effort of typing and also helps us to relate the new task to the previously saved tasks. It also ties the name specified in your tasks with your contacts and will remind you if you want to call or message to that contact.


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4. Wunderlist:

Wunderlist Android

This android app is best in creating, sharing and managing lists. This is a cross platform app and works on almost any operating system. Main feature of Wunderlist is the integration with Android lock. Even if your phone is locked, it displays the task or To-do list on the home screen. You can edit and save the list on the home screen itself. So, you would never be late for wishing a friend on birthday or attending a party.

It is available for free of cost with some features like creating folders and reminders. But, if you are premium member, you can attach files, images, videos and also presentations. It allows us to create subtasks for every task. You are allowed to close the main task, only after completing all subtasks under it. This makes us not to forget even a simple subtask.


5. Omni Note

Omni Note

Omni Note is also a nice free note takin apps for Android with material design interface. It comes with vertical card layout with easy to use interface. You have lots of features to organise your notes.. You can create note and manage them easily. Along with typing, it also offers sketch-note mode where you can write notes. It also has DashClock support and widgets. It also comes with powerful search to search across all the notes. You can also select multiple notes to perform actions like delete add tags and more. Adding color also makes it easy to identify a note. You can also add photos, videos, geo location and audio recording in your notes.


Final Words

There would be many android apps for taking notes and creating tasks, but these 5 seems to be of my favorite. I personally use Google Keep and have used Ever note in past. I also tested other note taking apps as well before putting them in this list. If you find any more interesting apps apart from these, you are free to share them and also provide your valuable feedback.