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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We give you the rundown on five of the most popular, free note-takers for your Android mobile device.
If you are looking for an app that is essentially a digital pad of colored sticky notes for grocery lists and quick reminders, then Google Keep is perfect. Otherwise, look elsewhere or wait until this newborn gets upgraded with more powers.
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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.