Now make your daily weekly work schedule and keep remind yourself for all the short and long term events like birthday, anniversary, meeting, etc. In the busy schedule of everyone’s life, it’s very hard to keep remember all the things at a time and sometimes it happens that we forget some important dates and events or it can be anything related to work schedule. Saving all these in a note can help to avoid it, In the note, you can put your thoughts, your idea or name of the movie, etc.
There are some apps in the market where you can put all the events and thoughts in that, it will help to stay updated and helps to do work on time. Here is the list of best Notes-taking apps that will help to keep record all the thoughts and also you can create your daily work schedule to check your work efficiency and to do work according to them.
1. ColorNote Notepad Notes
ColorNote Notepad is one of the most popular note-taking apps. It is a simple and powerful notepad app that gives a quick and easily notepad editing experience. This Notepad has many features like write notes, memos, emails, shopping list, and to-do lists. You can schedule you’re organize by the note in Calender. You can share your notes via SMS, e-mail or twitter.
2. Evernote – Organizer, Planner for Notes & Memos
Great for keeping information like lists, articles, notes from books, conversations, events and etc. The built in search engine has ability to generate and maintain tags, which are parts of what makes this app so wonderful. Google Keep is almost on par as a note taking service, but what makes Evernote better is there is no limit to how many tags to generate. You can easily organize, manage, select a good template in this app.
3. Google Keep – Notes and Lists
Google keeps help to create notes and lists, set time and place reminders, and check off your completed tasks. And also you can add photos and drawings, or just draw on your photos. It is easy to use and perfect sync between my Android phone, iPad Pro, and Dell laptop; the interface looks and operates the same on all platforms. I recommend this app for light note taking or quick on the go use, but not for more in depth use that is needed with work or school.
4. Microsoft OneNote: Save Ideas and Organize Notes
Great for keeping information like lists, articles, notes from books, conversations, events and etc. The built in search has ability to generate and maintain tags, which are parts of what makes this app so wonderful. Google Keep is almost on par as a note taking service, but what makes Evernote better is there is no limit to how many tags to generate. You can easily organize, manage, select a good template in this app.
5. Keep My Notes – Notepad, Memo, Checklist
Keep my notepad help to write all the notes without an internet connection and also it helps to secure the notepad using a four-digit code. You can use the same lock code for each note, so you don’t have to remember a different code for each note you lock. You can categorize notes in a number of different ways and use color and change the font using many different options.
Notepad is a full featured notepad app that you can use as a digital notebook or diary. The app is good for recording lectures, business meetings, and interviews. You can be shorting notes by creating date, reminder date and by name and work everywhere, stay productive and get reminders at the right time.