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What are the best note taking apps for iOS?

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    Deborah Hughes
    Written on July 9, 2018
    "I was a little skeptic about this one but decided to give it a try anyway since I really do get distracted easily, and to my surprise, it actually helped! It's not something like completely dramatic, but I've definitely been getting more things done with this tool, so i must admit it helps you focus!"
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      Evernote

      Evernote is a free app and allows the user to create all kind of notes and keep all your ideas organized and collected in the same spot. The app also offers a lot of tools to share the ideas and even create agendas for teammates.   

      Apps

      Web, Android, iOS, Mac, Windows

      Free - Varies by plan

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      Scott Arpajian
      Written on January 15, 2018
      "I really like Evernote as a general-purpose note-taking/idea-collection app. It's extremely flexible and syncs easily across all of your devices. If you do a lot of..."
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      Scott Arpajian
      Written on January 15, 2018
      "I really like Evernote as a general-purpose note-taking/idea-collection app. It's extremely flexible and syncs easily across all of your devices. If you do a lot of note-taking that requires combining things other than just text (images, links, videos, etc.), Evernote is a great solution."
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      Maria Aguilar
      Written on November 3, 2017
      "Evernote is one of my favorite apps. It has helped me get organized and kept me on top of every crazy aspect of my life. I rarely forget anything anymore because this convenient app helps me keep everything on track."
    2. 63
      Google Keep
      An official Google app for offloading your ideas, thoughts, and errands without losing focus. You can use your phone's microphone to dictate the notes to the app.
      Apps

      Android, iOS, Chrome

      Free

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      Ernesto Salinas
      Written on November 14, 2017
      "Google Keep is the best note taking apps for iOS hands down. It worked just like you'd expect any other Google app to work, smooth and predictable. You can even dictate notes..."
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      Ernesto Salinas
      Written on November 14, 2017
      "Google Keep is the best note taking apps for iOS hands down. It worked just like you'd expect any other Google app to work, smooth and predictable. You can even dictate notes into the app. It's a great way to stay organized."
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      Informant

      With Informant, you can have a complete and effective day planner on your phone. This app includes a calendar, a tool for taking notes and manage tasks and even works as a contacts agenda.

      Apps

      iOS, Android

      Free - with in-app purchases

      TJ
      Tony Jin
      Written on November 16, 2017
      "Informant is a great app that can be used for taking notes as well as managing tasks that pop up throughout the day. This app is great for remembering things that you'd..."
      TJ
      Tony Jin
      Written on November 16, 2017
      "Informant is a great app that can be used for taking notes as well as managing tasks that pop up throughout the day. This app is great for remembering things that you'd otherwise forget."
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      Microsoft OneNote

      With Microsoft OneNote, you can capture and organize ideas easily and instantly. You can access the app from anywhere and collaborate with other people in your projects.

      Apps

      Windows, Mac, Android, iOS

      Free

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      Julie Wagner
      Written on November 4, 2017
      "OneNote has worked fine for me, but I don’t think it’s necessary if you already use the Notes app on your iPhone. With the latest iOS update, the Notes app can do everything..."
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      Julie Wagner
      Written on November 4, 2017
      "OneNote has worked fine for me, but I don’t think it’s necessary if you already use the Notes app on your iPhone. With the latest iOS update, the Notes app can do everything that OneNote can, so I’ve found myself not using OneNot very often. Maybe this app is great for other devices, but as a Mac user, I don’t have a strong need for it and all of its features."
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      Thinkfield

      Thinkfield is an app for iOS devices that allows you to create ideas and take as many notes as you want. This app lets you insert text, images and websites links, drag & drop external information, preview pictures and websites, and more.

      Apps

      iOS

      Free

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      Sebastian Hermes
      Written on March 5, 2018
      "The great things about thinkfield are its infinite canvas, the abstraction of information when zooming out, the integration of various data types and the possibility to work..."
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      Sebastian Hermes
      Written on March 5, 2018
      "The great things about thinkfield are its infinite canvas, the abstraction of information when zooming out, the integration of various data types and the possibility to work with multiple users on one project. Currently it is just a basic version, I am looking forward to what is coming next.."
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      NoteLedge
      NoteLedge is a notepad for iOs, Android, Windows and Mac that allows you to write and organize your notes, save pictures, record audios and videos, and much more, in just one place.
      Apps

      iOS, Android, Windows, Mac, Web

      Free

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      Simplenote

      Using this app you will be able to use fast, free and synchronized notes. The Simplenote experience is all about speed and efficiency: keep all your ideas, notes and lists in all your devices for free, and share them so other users can collaborate.



      Apps

      Android, iOS, Mac, Windows

      Free

      JO
      Jose Obrien
      Written on November 5, 2017
      "I need to take notes for work all the time. I was carrying note pads all the time. It was not convenient. I had a co-worker tell me about Simplenote.Simplenote made taking..."
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      Jose Obrien
      Written on November 5, 2017
      "I need to take notes for work all the time. I was carrying note pads all the time. It was not convenient. I had a co-worker tell me about Simplenote.Simplenote made taking notes much easier for me. It is easy to access and simple to use. It has saved me a lot of time."

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    Summary

    Best note taking apps for iOS
    Rank Solutions Type Votes Price
    1 Evernote Apps 105 Free
    2 Google Keep Apps 63 Free
    3 Informant Apps 51 Free
    4 Microsoft OneNote Apps 20 Free
    5 Thinkfield Apps 9 Free
    6 NoteLedge Apps 4 Free
    7 Simplenote Apps 1 Free
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