The iPhone comes with a built-in Notes app. It syncs with iCloud and has been slowly adding formatting options, if not features, over the years. It's still really basic, however, so if you need more from your notes, you're going to need to turn to the App Store. There you'll find a host of different note-taking apps, each with its own area of focus. Whether you need to take notes in class, in meetings, around the house, or while on the go, there's sure to be something there for you to like. Here some of the best iPhone apps available when it comes to note taking.
Once you've checked out our picks, pick the one that suits your needs best, and let us know which one you ended up going with by voting in our poll off the to left!
Evernote is available for almost every operating system and device imaginable and syncs seamlessly between all of them them. From text notes to reminders to image uploads, Evernote is versatile enough to cover almost every kind of note taking scenario imaginable.
Vesper is a simple but beautiful note taking app that's designed for quickly entering text, tagging it, and then sorting the text by the tags. Vesper currently syncs between multiple iPhones and a Mac app is in development.
OneNote brings Microsoft's Office note-taking about to your iPhone. If you like Evernote but you're all in with Microsoft, you'll want to check out OneNote.
Your favorite note taking app?
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