Microsoft OneNote - A flexible note-taking app

Smartphones provide incredible flexibility for the home consumer or business user, not least with the profusion of apps available to use. It doesn’t matter whether you’re just looking to write a shopping list, make creative notes, or take business minutes and reminders, there are a lot of options available.

This is not least with Android being the most widely-used operating system for smartphones, with over 85% market share which makes it an especially important platform to have the tools you need and want to use.

Whether you’re just typing text, writing with a stylus, or scribbling with your finger, there are a lot of different note-taking apps for Android out there. Some are focused more on just taking simple notes, while others come with more features and functionality that can turn your smartphone into a digital notebook, or workbook.

We’ll therefore take a look at what we think are the best in note-taking apps for Android, according to a range of different features and use options.

Also take a look at the best productivity apps for mobile

For decades, Microsoft has dominated the software scene, and things haven’t changed today. Offered as part of the Office family of productivity apps, …read more

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