1. Extensive Notes for Android - Here is another note-taking application that all Android users should consider downloading on mobile devices. Not only does Extensive Notes allow users to type notes, it gives the option to add notes audio-visually, using images from Gallery or by illustrating and in QR Codes. Each note can include document attachments in PDF, Power Point and Word file formats. The app also comes prepared for calculations with a built-in converter tool for time, temperature, body mass index, pressure, fuel and energy rates.
2. Notability for Apple (iPhone) - The Notability application has been named best-selling note-taking app on iTunes for the month of September, and is on sale now. iPhone users can use it for the purpose of taking notes or importing documents such as online applications, contracts, PDF, Word or presentation file formats to read and complete right from the app interfere. Record lectures or minutes from a meeting and playback instantly, even have documented notes repeated simply by tapping on words in the files. As with most iOS applications, store secondarily on iCloud, Google Drive or Dropbox with easy access.
3. Fliq Notes for Blackberry - With all the confusion lately about Blackberry being sold, app developers have stalled on introducing new apps in the market for the BB10, and users may struggle with finding valuable or working apps for older models. Nevertheless, there are still a few old apps like Fliq Notes that have proved useful; the app uses colour coding for different notes excluding organisation by date and title. It allows users to share notes via e-mail and social networks, as well as synchronise with PC and MAC computers, and all notes can be password protected.
Disclaimer: Some of the above-mentioned applications may require a payment before beginning the download and installation processes.