What I like about this list is that it exposes some great apps that you typically don’t see on “best lists” like this… You can take a look at these apps by clicking on the source link or graphic below…Tech News for You
Looking for a note-taking app? Below you will find four great resources that provide reviews on notetaking apps such as Evernote, OneNote, Notion, Simplenote, Google Keep, Rocketbook, and the likes. You will find as you explore note-taking apps, it comes down to a matter of preference.
Which one do I use? I have tried every single one of these note-taking apps and what I settled for that meets my needs is Google Drive (with Google Docs). Yes, Google Drive… You can read more on “Using Google Drive To Create A Powerful (and Free) Note-Taking Application“. For notes that I write down, I use a Rocketbook notepad that is reusable.
Follow the links below to get a good overview on what note-taking apps are out there from several of my favorite tech sites…
Best Note-Taking Apps: Evernote, OneNote & More (For Android & iOS)Systweaks
The 11 Best Note-Taking Apps in 2020 – Evernote, Notion, and MoreCollege Info Geek
The 5 best note-taking apps of 2021Zapier
Rocketbook Smart Reusable Notebook – Dot-Grid Eco-Friendly Notebook with 1 Pilot Frixion Pen & 1 Microfiber Cloth Included – Infinity Black Cover, Letter Size (8.5″ x 11″)Amazon – Rocketbook Smart Reusable Notebook
There are so many alternatives to the Google Chrome browser for the Android based smartphone, that it is mind-boggling. Right now, on my computers and smartphones, I am wrestling between Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge and Vivaldi. If you follow the source link below, you will land at Phandroid where you can take a look at “7 great browser alternatives to Google Chrome for Android”.Tech News for You
The best of Android gaming on PC.