Don't download an Android notepad until you have read through this site!Thank you for visiting AndroidNotepad.com. This site is home to reviews and news about Android notepad apps and apps that help Android users with note taking. You will find a resource center for each included notepad app located on the right column of this page. To the left, please see the Android notepad blog. The blog provides a rundown on all things Android notepad and updates readers on the activites of the developers of notepad apps.
And, also on the left column, you will notice a list of frequently asked questions about Android notepad apps. Please check this column before you email your questions. If your question is still unanswered you may email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Before you download a notepad app from the Android Market, browse this site, read a few of the reviews, watch the videos and find the app that fits your needs.
Currently featured are reviews of Evernote (perhaps the most popular Android Notepad), Catch Notes (possibly Evernote's strongest competitor), ColorNote, Note Everything, Wunderlist, InkPad and FreeNote.
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There are two different categories of Android notepad apps to choose from. First, apps like Evernote and Catch Notes are geared towards allowing the user to take notes, attach images, create audio records, collaboratively share those notes with others and essentially enable to user to take a comprehensive diary. Once taken the notes are stored on the app developer’s servers where the user has access to a significant amount of initial storage space for free. Once the free space allotment is exceeded the user must subscribe to continue service.
Second, apps such as Wunderlist function as task managers. These types of apps are designed to manage a series to todo items as opposed to serving principally as a notepad. There isn’t a charge to use many of these apps although pro features such as the removal of ads may be purchased.
Interestingly Microsoft’s OneNote app offers a break in the traditional notepad app monetization model. The first few hundred notes created within the app are created at no cost. Then, should the user wish to continue using the app he must pay a small one time fee.
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