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AppleInsider is searching for the best note taking app for iOS and we need your help. Vote for your favorite app and we'll tell you the winner next week.
Last week we asked you which note taking app for iOS was your favorite. Now we've got our top seven, and it's time to find a winner. You can vote below. Your nominees are:
Like many of the nominated apps, Notability ($5.99) keeps your notes in sync between all your devices and computer. It claims power and simplicity, with PDF annotation.
Evernote (Free) boasts the ability to clip notes from anywhere on the web and team collaboration. When you're away from your device, you can also access your notes on Evernote.com.
Notes Plus ($6.99) has been around a long time— since the first iPad was released. It has some cool features like audio recording and folders.
This is an app that may not have been a serious contender in the "best note taking app" until it's recent upgrade in iOS 9. You can now make checklists, add links, pictures, and more. It's definitely the most-integrated note taking app for iOS since, after all, it comes on every Apple device.
GoodNotes ($7.99) has been around a long time— since the first iPad was released. It has some cool features like audio recording and folders.
Microsoft OneNote (Free) allows you to clip notes from the web, much like Evernote. You can also email yourself notes to your OneNote address and they will be saved to your OneNote.