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The Best Note-Taking App for Android  February 12, 2016 – 02:42 pm

The Best Note-Taking App for AndroidThere are tons of note apps with wildly different approaches to organizing your thoughts. For that perfect balance between quick notes and serious organization, Google Keep is our favorite. You can scribble something down easily, or go all-out with filtering, labels, color-coding, and more.

Platform: Android
Price: Free
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Features

  • Stores text and list notes
  • Attach a photo or voice recording to notes
  • Label notes for easy filtering
  • Color-code notes
  • Search notes by text, type, color, label, or attachment
  • Set time or location reminders on specific notes
  • Share notes and lists with other users
  • Shared notes sync immediately for all users

Where It Excels

Google Keep is the perfect balance between a basic note-taking app and a full-fledged notebook system like Evernote. If all you want is a quick place to scribble some text, Keep has you covered without making you jump through hoops. You can easily add regular text notes, or quick to-do lists without having to create whole notebooks or organization schemes.

If you want more, however, Keep has a ton of functionality buried beneath the surface. You can attach a voice recording or photo to your notes (though only one each), color code and label them for easy filtering, and even share them with others so everyone has the same information. You can also set reminders in Keep that work just like Google Now reminders, so you won’t forget that errand you scribbled down.

Where it Falls Short

Google Keep is good for short notes, but it lacks many features that more powerful tools like Evernote have. You can’t organize your notes into notebooks—labels serve a similar function, but the default page is still all of your notes in one place—and notes themselves are very basic. You can’t use rich formatting or add tables, and you can only add pictures as header images. You can’t add them inline in your note.

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