If we talk about the use cases for a note-taking app, people usually use it to:
- List down items to buy
- Maintaining a wish list
- Jot down meeting agendas
- Remember and review formulae or important concepts
- Write and share code snippets
- Store and share photos and designs
- Store and share audio files
And the list goes on. Note-taking apps have in fact become powerful now that they can probably handle every single use case you can think of.
Depending on your specific use case, you can can ask yourself these set of questions to help you choose the most appropriate note-taking app:
- What type of user am I? - Whether you are a Google Power user, MacOS user , Windows user, Android or iOS user. Some note taking apps will have compatibility across multiple devices while others might just work on a single system.
- Am I a designer, developer or just a regular user? - Apps such as Notion support all the three use-cases while apps like Simple Note would primarily support the needs of a regular user
- Am I ready to pay for a note taking app ? - Though most apps have free version available for individuals, apps such as Fireflies.ai do charge a reasonable amount per user when using it for teams
Did we miss out on any note taking app that you are using? Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. Would be happy to hear your reviews 💙