As a student taking notes is part of our daily tasks. Whether you are a pen-and-paper person or you love typing on your laptop, the next note-taking apps are worth giving a try to make your life easier. They are not only practical to take notes, they also look stylish and offer many more advantages than paper or a word document.
This App is basically what the name implies: an App that works not only as a notebook but also as a to-do-list, PDA, post-it note, notetaker, etc. The “Ever” part must stand up for everywhere / everything, given the fact that you can actually sync the app to all your devices, meaning you have access to your notes wherever you are. Evernote offers a version for every smartphone, tablet or computer operating system, making it quite appealing among students.
The features you should pay attention to in this app are:
This app tries to simulate real life, as you can create a notebook for a specific subject and keep on adding notes to that file. Quite useful if you tend to mix notes from different classes!
In contrast to Evernote, Simplenote is, again as it names suggests, quite simple. If you are the type of person who only writes down simple sentences, or even just bullet points, then this is the app for you. Simplenote is a plain text editor with a few organizational tools. Among its features we can find:
This app is for people that like minimalistic design and that are fond of simplicity within notes. Simplenote tries to provide an experience that is all about speed and efficiency. You open it, you write and that’s it, done. As you keep on adding notes, you organize and search for them instantly through tags and pins. If you are a basic note-taker, this is what you’ve been looking for!
The Bear App is described on its webpage as “a beautiful, flexible writing app for crafting notes and prose.” And it is indeed a good-looking app. Bear is ideal for everything related to writing. From quick notes to extensive essays and even books! The app can be used from a wide variety of people, from students to take notes, to writers that want a platform to bring their stories to life. The app offers a focus mode to help you concentrate, just like exceptional editing tools. Some of its outstanding features are:
This beautifully designed app is recommended for students who, apart from taking notes, are also into writing. Its tools are quite helpful when it comes to extensive writing. Give it a try and lean by yourself how helpful it is to you.
Of course, Google had to be part of this list. In a few words, Google Keep is a syncing notepad that connects to Google Drive.
It can be accessed through the web, in contrast to all other apps we’ve read about. You don’t need to download the app to be able to use it, so it won’t take any space from your laptop.
This app is for quick notes, memos and checklists. Some of its features are:
This app is useful for all note-takers on the go, not for people that tend to write extensively.
The user-friendliness from Google is present in the app, so go check it out!
To sum up, there are a wide variety of note-taking apps to use when taking notes during class. Depending on your taste and way of writing, you can find the perfect one for you. As a suggestion, you can try for one day each of these for apps and see which one you like best!
Let us know in the comments below which one you chose!