7 Best Note-Taking Apps for Android

Best Note-Taking Apps for Android

Smartphones can do lots of things for us to make our life easier. We can take photos, make calls, watch videos, surf the Internet, and more. It also helps us in improving our productivity with help of different apps. If you need to manage information or notes, you also have several notes taking apps. A quick search on Play Store will give you lots of information. If you are not sure what app to try, here is the list of the best note-taking apps for Android.

I checked all the features of several note-taking apps before making this list of best note-taking apps for Android. Read about these apps and decide what app suits your needs.

Best Note Taking Apps for Android

1. Evernote

Evernote Note-taking app

Evernote is one of the most popular and powerful notes taking apps to try. It comes with lots of features to help you in organizing your notes. You also get collaboration features and note sharing. You can also scan a piece of paper including print documents, handwriting, and business cards to take notes. You can use it to create to-do lists and set reminders. You can color code your lists and add labels.


2. Google Keep

Google Keep

Google Keep is another popular note-taking app. It comes with lots of features and a good user interface. Its Material Design-inspired interface looks good and offers a good experience. It comes with Google Drive integration. So, you can access notes online. You can take voice notes, create to-do notes, and set reminders. Sharing notes is also easy. Interesting thing is that it has Android Wear support.


3. Microsoft OneNote

Microsoft OneNote

OneNote is the app from Microsoft. It comes with OneDrive integration and works similarly to Google Drive. It also supports Multimedia content along with regular notes. You can also take handwritten notes if you have a phone with stylus support. It also has voice note support, collaboration feature, and Android Wear support.


4. ColorNote


ColorNote is also a popular note-taking app. It allows you to create text notes, lists, and more. You also have the ability to change the background color or notes to stay organized. You also get backup support, calendar integration, and more. You can also take a backup of notes to internal storage or the cloud. This note-taking app is completely free.


5. Omni Notes

Omni Notes

Omni Notes is another free note-taking app that comes with a Material Design interface. It uses a vertical card layout. You get lots of features to organize your notes in a better way. It also has DashClock support, widgets, and a sketch-note mode where you can write notes. Even if this app does not look as powerful as other apps in this list, it is simple and good to try.


6. BlackNote

BlackNote note app

BlackNote is a good and simple note-taking app with a clean UI and nice features. You can use the app to organize your notes. The note-taking app has a black theme that feels really good. It has widget options, search function, and more to help you organize your note properly. The app is free but shows ads. For removing ads, you will have to pay.


7. FiiNote


FiiNote is also one of the best note-taking apps for Android. It has a unique hybrid model for combined handwriting and keyboard. You can note everything include text, paint, voice, photo, videos. It also features calendar, alarm, todo and more. You get Infinite canvas, text box, DIY templates, real pen style and more functions to make note-taking interesting.


Final Words

There are a few other notes taking apps including S Note, Material notes, LectureNotes, and more. But, I am sure this list of apps is enough to give you what you are looking for. All the note-taking apps listed in this article are good and worth trying. None of these apps are paid. All apps are free but few may have an in-app purchase option

What note-taking app do you use? Let us know via the comments below.


Deepanker Verma is the founder of Nerdy Guides. He is a tech blogger, software developer, and gadget freak. He also runs TheWPGuides, and Techlomedia

Similar Articles


Leave a comment

Comment policy: We love comments and appreciate the time that readers spend to share ideas and give feedback. However, all comments are manually moderated and those deemed to be spam or solely promotional will be deleted.

2022 Nerdy Guides | Developed By Deepanker