We give you the rundown on five of the most popular, free note-takers for your Android mobile device.
While our smartphones and tablets come with apps that let you jot things down, there are much better apps available that help you organize your notes and be more productive.
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The free but limited OneNote for iPad lets you take notes on the iPad, but you're unlikely to stick with the app unless you're already a OneNote note taker.
Specialized to-do list manager Wunderlist takes its place beside note-taker Evernote and grocery list manager GroceryIQ.
Previously available only for the iPhone, Microsoft's OneNote mobile app has been updated to support the iPad.
The 5-inch Samsung Galaxy Note goes on sale in the UK next month. The Note is Samsung's biggest ever smart phone, or smallest ever tablet.
Three iPad apps--the $5 Note Taker HD, $6 Notes Plus, and free Use Your Handwriting--make it easy to record your thoughts via handwriting on virtual notepads.