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Top 5 Note Taking Apps for Teachers

July 2, 2014
Need a way to take notes easily and quickly? For those lucky enough to be attending the ISTE 2014 conference right now, perhaps one of these mobile apps can help, though anyone could always use handy note-taking app.


1- Evernote 


You've no doubt heard of this app by now: take notes via text, photos, or voice, then view them on any device. Evernote is an easy-to-use, free app that helps you remember everything across all of the devices you use. Stay organized, save your ideas and improve your productivity. Evernote lets you take notes, snap photos, create to-do lists, scan business cards, record voice reminders--and it makes everything searchable

2- Notability 

Here's a powerful alternative to Evernote with similar features, plus handwriting recognition and PDF annotation. Write, illustrate and annotate using gorgeous ink. Notability's zoom window helps you quickly and clearly draw every detail, while the palm rest protects your notes from unwanted marks. Choose the right pen and paper for any project.

3- Penultimate 

If you want to stay in the Evernote family, this app turns your iPad into a digital drawing pad and syncs with Evernote. Take notes in class or a meeting, journal your thoughts, or outline your next big idea -- in the office, on the go, or at home

4- Google Keep 

 Or if you want to stay in the Google family, this Android and Chrom app has similar features to Evernote.

5- AudioNote 

This iOS and Android app lets you take notes (text or drawings) and sync them with audio for dynamic notes. AudioNote combines the functionality of a notepad and voice recorder to create a powerful tool that will save you time while improving the quality of your notes.