iPad Note Taking Apps – OneNote, SimpleNote, SpringPad
Over the weekend we learned that Catch.com was closing its note-taking application for iPad. Catch was a great way to put notes together and tag them for search-ability. However, some of you may need an alternative to this service – not including Evernote (which is a great app in its own right).
Oh yeah. Yes. I am sunburned…
SpringPad for iPad
The first of three is called Springpad by Spring Partners. It is more than a note-taking app, its also a great way to find a new recipe or put together that to-do list. By syncing these notes with computer, you can easily organize and keep track of your projects. From making plans, to-do lists, private notes and more.
Simplenote for iPad
This app does just that – keeps it simple. Simplenote by Codality also lets you create notes and sync them with other devices. Put all your notes into different categories so you can call up, share and even print out.
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Microsoft OneNote for iPad
A part of Office365, Microsoft OneNote for iPad – Microsoft Corporation is a great companion app to put all your notes together. Connecting the app to SkyDrive, you can even sign in to a SharePoint account to share with your organization. Then, you can bring these notes into Office365 to add to other projects.
Create to-do lists, budget breakdowns or add your own notes, links and more so you don’t forget about something you’ve seen or done.
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