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Today we’re breaking down the top ten best note taking apps that are available today (in my very humble opinion, at least).
This list has choices for people on pretty much every platform – Windows PCs, Mac OS computers, iPhones, iPads, and all iOS devices, Android phones and tablets, web browsers, and even you Linux folks aren’t left out.
We’ll talk about note organization features, folder hierarchies, Markdown capabilities, optical character recognition, image annotations, and lots more.
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Evernote: or if you’re a college student
Notion: – or if you want to give me Notion credits and get some yourself!
Ulysses: or if you’re a college student
Some honorable mentions include Zoho Notes, Agenda, SimpleNote, Notejoy, BoxNotes, DevonThink, Keep It, Joplin, Boostnote, Inkdrop, Noteable, and Trilium. None of these was able to beat out any of my top 10, but you may want to check them out anyway.
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