Top 15 Note Taking Apps (2022)

15 best note-taking apps that bloggers, students, and teams use to take notes online. Some of the features to consider when picking a note-taking tool include multi-device, search option, document converting, integrations, cloud storage, cost, security, collaboration ability, sharing option, media support, etc. We have ranked the note-taking apps according to performance and popularity

1. Evernote

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Evernote is one of the best mobile applications that is used for note-taking. Evernote has a free and paid version.

Website: evernote.com

2. Notion

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Notion is an application that is used for note-taking, task management, and organization.

Website: notion.so

3. Apple Notes

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Apple Notes is an application that is used for taking notes for iOS, iPadOS and macOS.

Website: icloud.com

4. OneNote

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OneNote is an application that is part of Microsoft 365 that is used for note taking.

Website: onenote.com

5. Zoho Notebook

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Zoho Notebook is a beautiful free note-taking app that can be used to share and collaborate notes with co-workers across multiple devices.

Website: zoho.com

6. Google Keep

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Google keep is a free note-taking app that is part of Google Docs. It is free to use

Website: keep.google.com

7. Simplenote

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Simplenote is a free cross-platform application, that is used for taking notes. Most people prefer it over other note-taking apps because you can sync your notes on all your devices (iOS, Android, Mac, Windows, and Linux). Simplenote is owned by Automattic, the company behind WordPress.com.

Website: simplenote.com

8. Dropbox Paper

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Dropbox Paper is a free tool that is used by teams for co-editing of documents. You can also use it to make to-do lists.

Website: dropbox.com

9. Roam Research

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Roam Research is a powerful note-taking application that is used by researchers to document their work.

Website: roamresearch.com

10. Slite

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Slite is an application that is used by teams for sharing ideas and working together remotely.

Website: slite.com

11. Typora

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Typora is a minimal markdown editor and reader that is used for a distraction-free writing and reading.

Website: typora.io

12. Bear App

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Bear App is a note taking app with an advanced markup editor. It can only be used in iPhone, iPad and Mac devices.

Website: bear.app

13. Ulysses

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Ulysses is a writing application for Mac, iPad, and iPhone devices. Ulysses is popular among writers because of its pleasant and distraction-free interface that increases productivity.

Website: ulysses.app

14. Standard Notes

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Standard Notes is a free and open-source Windows application that is used for taking notes. However, you have to pay to use third-party extensions.

Website: standardnotes.org

15. Saferoom

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Saferoom is an application that is used to encrypt notes added to Evernote or OneNote account. Therefore you need Saferoom and OneNote or Evernote account.

Website: getsaferoom.com

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