People generally organize themselves by making notes about the stuff they have to do. Most people use notes for writing shopping lists, to-do lists, as a reminder, for passing on a message, plan their schedule, and much more. Well, whatever the reason may be, notes are a really effective way to organize yourself. I, myself use notes to jot down some topics to write blog posts. But, don’t you think it would be really great if you could carry these notes around with you wherever you go?
Being an avid Android user, I checked out the Android Market to find the different notepad apps that are available for Android. Well, below are some of the best Android notepad apps I could find.
1. ColorNote Notepad Notes
ColorNote is a really simple notepad app for your Android phone. It enables you to easily take down notes as well as create to-do lists. In addition to this, you can protect your notes with a password, set reminders, backup your notes, share them via SMS, e-mail, etc. and much more. One of the best features of this app is that you can pin your notes to the home screen using the sticky notes widget.
Evernote is more than just a notepad app. It is a complete productivity app. With Evernote, you can take notes, capture photos, create to-do lists, record voice reminders and much more. It also lets you search your notes as well as organize them by notebooks and tags. And the best part is, you can access all your notes across all the computers and devices you use.
3. AK Notepad
AK Notepad is yet another simple note taking app similar to ColorNote. It lets you take notes, set reminders, share your notes, pin notes to home screen, etc. However, it has certain unique features such as organizing notes with tags, free synchronization of notes with catch.com, as well as themes.
4. Note Everything
As the name suggests, Note Everything is a notepad app that enables you to note anything you want such as text, voice as well as paint. Yes, you’ve read that right! With Note Everything, you can actually paint notes such as directions to particular place, a brief sketch of a web page you want to design, etc. In addition to this, you can organize your notes in folders, create shortcuts on home screen, send notes and much more.
5. Inkpad Notepad
For those who prefer to use a notepad as simple as your paper notepad, then Inkpad is just the app you need. Inkpad Notepad is a simple, elegant, easy-to-use notepad app with basic features like create, edit, save as well as share notes. It also enables you to save your notes online at InkpadNotepad.com.
Well, I hope you found this post useful. If you have any suggestions or would like to share an app that deserves a place in this list, tell us about it via the comments section.