Thread Contributor: Venvasion
Top 5 Evernote Alternatives
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Whether it is related to making up the short notes for anything and keep it saved for further use, making integrated notes with images and emojis etc all that is possible if you are using up the Evernote application on your device. The app offers a huge number of productive features that will help you manage your tasks, assignments and other things by means of creating efficient notes, which can be synced with different devices and platforms, thereby transcending boundaries of location. In this article, we will list some of the best Evernote alternatives that are worth checking.

1. Google Keep

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This is the clone version of the Evernote that has been made by the Google as a competitor for the Evernote and in this app you get all those similar features and function that you get in the Evernote app, but the only difference is that it has a different design and UI which could be loved by the users. Notable features include colour codes for notes, list-based notes, ability to share your note with others, reminders within notes — these reminders can be read by Google Now,  OCR to grab text from images, automatically-transcribed voice notes etc.

2. Microsoft Onenote

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This is a great note making app made by the Microsoft itself as the name would suggest and apart from only record creating capabilities it does have an auto note upload feature by which it uploads your notes to the online cloud storage from where you can access the records from everywhere. You can add web clipping as notes, convert your emails into notebooks, add photographs etc. In addition, you can create checklist-based notes.

3. Simplenote

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The clean and minimal interface is designed for fast note-taking. Simplenote supports notes of any length, but unlike Google Keep, it is for quick note-taking rather than long form recording. Simplenote is definitely recommended for list-makers who like a clutter free environment that is a bit more powerful than a simple notepad. The notes that you create using this app can be accessed at any time as your notes are synced to your mobile, web browser and the computer. You can use the tag function to categorise your notes nicely, and you can also pin your most important notes at the beginning.

4. Together

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Together is a minimal note keeping app for Mac. Together describes itself as a place to store your text, docs, images, movies, sounds, web pages and some bookmarks in a conveniently accessible way. This app is although not free of cost and you will have to buy it at the cost of $49. Despite being a paid solution, Together offers a great place to store information that you consider important. When compared with Evernote, it has an impressive UI and features.

5. SOHO Notes

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SOHO Notes is capable of storing notes in form of text, images, voice recordings, PDFs, videos, forms and web clippings. You can use the search feature of this app to find up your notes that are also arranged on the calendar basis sorting. Some other features of SOHO Notes are a Calendar-based view of notes, check box-based lists, hyperlinks between notes. Although a bit expensive, SOHO Notes offers impressive features that make the tool the best digital note-taking and archiving solutions.

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I've never even heard of Evernote, what's it for?
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(09-17-2016, 07:24 PM)Naiwen Wrote: I've never even heard of Evernote, what's it for?

Evernote is a cross-platform, freemium  app designed for note taking, organizing and archiving. Sometimes when you buy a new smartphone the app will be pre-installed for you.

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In my opinion, I'd go for OneNote. Though Google Keep could be a good try.

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I too might give google keep a shot. 
 
Great list, thanks @venvasion
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(09-17-2016, 08:01 PM)Venvasion Wrote:
(09-17-2016, 07:24 PM)Naiwen Wrote: I've never even heard of Evernote, what's it for?

Evernote is a cross-platform, freemium  app designed for note taking, organizing and archiving. Sometimes when you buy a new smartphone the app will be pre-installed for you.
Is it compatible with a tablet or a computer? I'd like to use it!
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Loving the very detailed thread, can become useful in the future for myself.
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