Tom’s Guide: Best note taking apps of 2021 — Evernote, OneNote, Google Keep and more

Tom’s Guide: Best note taking apps of 2021 — Evernote, OneNote, Google Keep and more. “Makers of the best note taking apps realize that one of the easiest ways to jot down notes is right there in your pocket. And while iPhones and Android devices usually come with their own built-in notes app, sometimes, it’s best to turn to a more full-featured program if you need to take notes during a meeting or lecture, tick off a checklist, brainstorm ideas or remind yourself of upcoming events and tasks. That’s why we’ve gone through the App Store and Google Play to find the best note taking apps for mobile devices.”

BetaNews: Evernote 10 unveils a major redesign with improvements to note creation, formatting, and search

BetaNews: Evernote 10 unveils a major redesign with improvements to note creation, formatting, and search. “The Evernote Corporation has unveiled Evernote 10.0, a landmark new release of its cross-platform note-creation and organization tool. The free and paid-for service allows users to create, organize, share, and view notes across all major platforms, including the web, Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android.”

Make Tech Easier: The Best Plain Text Note-Taking Apps for Every Platform

Make Tech Easier: The Best Plain Text Note-Taking Apps for Every Platform. “There are countless note-taking apps available, but most of them tie you down in one way or another. Many of them use their own format for notes, making it tough to move notes between apps. Even worse, you never know when they might disappear, taking your data with them. There’s a simple alternative to these apps: plain text.”

How-To Geek: How to Use Google Keep for Frustration-Free Note-Taking

How-To Geek: How to Use Google Keep for Frustration-Free Note-Taking. “Keep is a free-form note-taking app. When Keep was first announced back in 2013, there were a lot of conversations on whether or not we needed another note-taking app. People made comparisons to Evernote and other similar services. But in the end, Keep is its own thing. It’s simple where it matters, but Keep still offers enough features to make it powerful.”

MakeUseOf: How to Archive Evernote Notes and Free Up Notebook Clutter

MakeUseOf: How to Archive Evernote Notes and Free Up Notebook Clutter. Quick article. “…if you’re still using Evernote, you’ll no doubt be aware of one missing feature — a glaring omission for a supposedly full-featured note-taking app. I am, of course, talking about archiving. Why isn’t there a simple, native way to archive your old stacks for posterity? Even the paid tiers don’t offer this feature. Luckily, there are a couple of workarounds.”