The Android Notepad Catch Notes Resource Page

The Catch Notes notepad app allows users to enter notes by typing, speaking or including a picture from the Android gallery.

The user is not limited to just using the Android app to enter data into his Catch Notes account. He can also sign into the Catch Notes web portal to manage his notes. And, notes can be sent to the account using just email. A user simply emails his note to note@catch.com from the email account that he registered with.

The Catch Notes app includes an innovative reminder feature that is not found in all other note taking apps. The Catch Note users creates the reminder so that you won’t miss acting on the content within the note.

The app also contains a location tagging feature. This allows the user to tag his note with geodata that allows him to see where the note was created.

Catch Notes includes an innovative stream feature allowing users to share a stream of notes with friends and family. This enables the Catch Notes notepad app's users to share audio, notes and pictures with others while sharing a stream of identically hashtagged notes.

The app has been optimized for honeycomb users and will display note content inside of the Android tablet’s wide window.

Pricing

The free version of the app will allow the user to enter up 70 megs of content per month. Users may choose to upload up to one gig of content each month by upgrading to the Pro account at a cost of $45 per year or five gigs of content if subscribing to the pricy Premier account for $19.99 a month or $179.99 per year.

Awards

During the 2012 best app ever contest Catch Notes actually placed second in the best blogging app category.

Website Integration

Internet users may have noticed the orange Catch Notes logo embedded inside of various websites across the Web. Selecting this button allows the user to place the page’s content inside of a Catch Note. This enables later viewing and a time stamped documentation of the contents capture for later reference.

Support

Catch Notes users may access an extensive support network. The Catch site provides a support page with answers to a series of questions. The company also uses social media to respond to questions from social media users and actively solicits ideas through its ideas forum located on uservoice. And, last but not least, users may contact Catch through email.

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Catch Notes Resources


Catch Notes Reviews

Note-taking service Catch adds Streams, makes collaboration easier

Staying organized has never been easier thanks to Catch Notes. This app, available for Android, iOS and the browser, provides a way for users to store ideas and reminders in a fashionably easy way with text, voice, images and locations. With the Android version users can create a list of notes as they would with a pen and paper and are able to tack it to the home screen of their device or set an actual reminder for the date and time. . . . Read more from The Intro Mobile . . .

Catch Notes for Android Review

Staying organized has never been easier thanks to Catch Notes. This app, available for Android, iOS and the browser, provides a way for users to store ideas and reminders in a fashionably easy way with text, voice, images and locations. With the Android version users can create a list of notes as they would with a pen and paper and are able to tack it to the home screen of their device or set an actual reminder for the date and time. . . . Read more from The App Planet . . .

Catch Notes launches Streams for note sharing and collaboration

Catch Notes has redesigned its note-taking app that gives users the option to open up their notebooks to others. While Catch has primarily been a private dynamic note-taking app with some sharing abilities, the latest version of the app actually supports sharing notes with others and allowing for members to give each other feedback. . . . . Read more from Androinica . . .

Catch Notes Mobile App Collects All Your Notes and Reminders

One of the most critical elements of good productivity is information capture. When a commitment arises, you need to get it into your trusted system as quickly as possible. When important data pops up that relates to a task on your agenda, you need to grab it instantly in a retrievable form. . . . Read more from PCWorld . . .

MKB Reviews: Catch Notes

There are a lot of note-taking, capture, and reminder applications in the Android market, but few are well structured enough to integrate all three features into one polished application. Catch Notes is one of those few; it allows you to quickly and easily capture text, images and locations and save them for reminder in the future. It sounds boring, but the extremely attractive user interface almost makes you want to take notes and keep organized. This is a one of a kind app, and today we’re going to take a look at all the features. . . . Read more from Droid Dog . . .

Catch Notes on the Android Backup Apps Blog

Important Catch Notes Update Fixes Security Vulnerability

Catch Note users should ensure their device contains the latest update of the popular note taking app for Android. The update fixes a recently discovered security flaw which would allow malicious applications to steal notes from the victim's Catch Note account. Apparently the attacker could not... Read More . . .

Catch Notes Hints At New Release

Catch Notes fans may have some new features to play with sooner than later. In a recent tweet the San Francisco-based organization encouraged encouraged a twitterati to keep his eye out for the app’s next update. The company promised the user would be pleasantly surprised. Catch Notes has routine... Read More . . .

Crowdsourcing A Notepad App

Users of the popular Android Catch Notes have a way to collaboratively build out the notepad app’s functionality. A person can only imagine the pressure on Catch Notes at they are challenged to keep up with the sector-leading Evernote’s app. The creators of the app are outsourcing this challen... Read More . . .

Catch Notes Clipper Nears First Birthday

The attempt by Catch Notes to integrate with the Web is about to turn one year old. Is this product growing up to meet expectations? Catch Notes represents probably the foremost alternative to the Evernote Android notepad app. As Evernote’s leading competitor the Catch Notes developers are tasked... Read More . . .

Catch Notes Hits Home Run With Latest Notepad User Interface

Back in November, this blog described an upcoming Catch Notes update. Using Twitter, the Catch Note developers had promised that an update was coming which would provide users with a more attractive user interface. The update promoted to post on this blog. The subsequent release does not disappoin... Read More . . .

Is Your Notepad App A Social Media Tool

If the fellows at Catch.com, aka the developers of Catch Notes, have their way, your Catch Notes Android notepad might just be your next collaborative social media tool. Last month, Catch notes added a new feature to its Android notepad app. The feature is known as “Streams”. Think of a stream Read More . . .

Big Changes Coming to Catch

According to a recent tweet, big changes are on the way from the catch.com team. The tweet was issued on November sixth, five days after twitter user JonathanM21 complimented the popular Catch Notes Notepad app and asked the Catch team if they plan the “beautify the app”. Catch.com responded w Read More . . .

Catch Doing It Right

Here at AndroidNotepad.com, you will notice a listing of the latest tweets from the creators of Android note taking applications. Depending on when you are reading this site, you may well notice that all 10 of these tweets are from the same developer. In today’s age of social media, using twitter Read More . . .

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The Android Notepad Blog

These blog posts feature news and commentary about everything Android. The blog places a special emphasis on reviewing the commitment of Android notepad app developers to communicating with their users through social media.

ColorNotes Should Go Social - Or Maybe Not

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The Old World Meets Evernote

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Important Catch Notes Update Fixes Security Vulnerability

Published: Friday, August 31st, 2012 04:21:54 PM

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Evernote Names Its Top 6 Add On Apps

Published: Tuesday, August 14th, 2012 07:04:14 PM

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Wunderlist May Be Set To Add Subtasking

Published: Thursday, July 26th, 2012 09:04:10 PM

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Popular Note Taking App Gets Even Better

Published: Wednesday, July 18th, 2012 05:40:41 PM

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Catch Notes Hints At New Release

Published: Thursday, July 12th, 2012 04:51:15 PM

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OneNote Shows Possible Future for MS Mobile Office

Published: Thursday, July 5th, 2012 03:32:55 PM

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Published: Monday, July 2nd, 2012 12:42:31 PM

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A Fascinating Evernote Vision of the Future

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Evernote

#1. Evernote

Developer: Evernote Corp
Price: Freemium
OS: 1.6 and Higher
Features: Full-featured with
web-based note storage




Catch Notes

#2. Catch Notes

Developer: Catch.com
Price: Freemium
OS: 1.6 and Higher
Features: Full-featured with
web-based storage




Wunderlist

#3. Wunderlist

Developer: Wunderkinder
Price: Free
OS: Phone and Tablet
Features: Full-featured with
web-based storage




OneNote

#4. OneNote

Developer: Microsoft
Price: Free (Unlimited Use $4.99)
OS: 2.3 and Higher
Features: Full-featured with
web-based storage




Freenote Notepad App

#5. FreeNote

Developer: Flyable
Price: Free
OS: 1.5 and Higher
Features: Processes handwritten notes



ColorNote Notepad App

#6. ColorNote

Developer: SocialandMobile
Price: Free (Premium $45 per year)
OS: 1.5 and Higher
Features: Color-coded notes



Note Everything

#7. Note Everything

Developer: SoftXPerience
Price: Free (Pro $4.19)
OS: 1.5 and Higher
Features: Paint notes on screen



InkPad Notepad App

#8. InkPad

Developer: Workpail
Price: Free (Ad Free $9.99 per year)
Features: Legal pad user interface background



Safe Notes Notepad App

#9. Safe Notes

Developer: YouGoSoft.com
Price: Free (Pro 99 Cents)
OS: 1.5 and Higher
Features: Password protected notes



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