The Android Notepad InkPad NotePad Resource Page

Inkpad Notepad is a basic note taking application. It appears designed for those who do not need any fancy or confusing options and just need a way to take notes and sync those notes with their home computer or other mobile devices.

After downloading the app, the user signs into Into Inkpad using his Google account.

The work desk background of the app features an eye-pleasing light yellow legal pad with text break lines aligned along the legal pad’s lines. This same legal pad user interface has been incorporated with the site’s web portal where the user can review and edit his notes.

The Android app’s user interface features a online shopping cart and check box option. The online shopping cart allows the user to shop online for an item denoted in the note. This shopping cart innovation allows the user to shop for the item from Amazon. The checkbox feature places a checkbox to the left of an item and the red double-line divider that is present on legal pads. When the user taps the checkbox the item is struck through and the checkbox turns green indicating the task has been accomplished. Once checked, the item moves down to the bottom of the notepad.

The web portal really defines this service as something special. Even with a basic version of the service the ads are placed in a classy and professional manner that does not take away from the crispness of the portal’s presentation.

Users of the web portal can easily transition from note to note by clicking on their note of choice in the sidebar or tapping the new note button to create a new note. The sidebar contains search functionality allowing the user to quickly search for new notes.

Syncing with the Android version of the app and the web portal is painless. The Android user just taps the sync button and watches as his list of notes quickly updates.

Inkpad Notepad operates according to a freemium model. Users of this app can create up to 30 megs of notes without cost. Inkpad offers its users with the option to upgrade from the basic free account to a premium account.

The Premium version of the note taking app costs $9.99 per year and allows up to 500 megs of storage, removes the ads and removes limits on syncing. Inkpad purports to allow enough storage on the paid account for the user to write the book War and Peace hundreds of times over. Premium users may also take advantage of a feature that allows the user to revert past changes to a note and return the note to a previous state.

This app does not contain all of the niceties of the major notepad apps such as Evernote or Catch Notes. It is a basic note taking app for those who just need to make some notes using a nice and professionally designed user interface. The web syncing adds a nice touch and the web-based interface makes this app a great tool.

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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

Published: Friday, September 28th, 2012 02:02:40 PM

As someone who attempts to keep up on the latest in the Android note taking world this writer has always appreciated those services who use social... read more of ColorNotes Should Go Social - Or Maybe Not.

The Old World Meets Evernote

Published: Friday, September 21st, 2012 03:40:23 PM

Who says that popular notepad apps such as Evernote are going to do away with the need for paper? Evernote itself seems to admit that a little bit a... read more of The Old World Meets Evernote.

Evernote To Close Down Skitch Website

Published: Friday, September 14th, 2012 04:13:32 PM

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Important Catch Notes Update Fixes Security Vulnerability

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

Catch Note users should ensure their device contains the latest update of the popular note taking app for Android. The update fixes a recently... read more of Important Catch Notes Update Fixes Security Vulnerability.

Evernote Names Its Top 6 Add On Apps

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

Each year Evernote holds a contest to award those developers who make the best use of its API to provide neat Evernote-related functionality to app... read more of Evernote Names Its Top 6 Add On Apps.

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

Catch Notes fans may have some new features to play with sooner than later. In a recent tweet the San Francisco-based organization encouraged... read more of Catch Notes Hints At New Release.

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

Published: Monday, July 2nd, 2012 12:00:47 PM

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Published: Thursday, June 21st, 2012 07:54:36 PM

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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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