SimpleNote Comes To Android, Offers Fast, Syncing Text Notes On The Go

SimpleNote Comes To Android, Offers Fast, Syncing Text Notes On The Go

Android (4.0+): Simplenote, our favourite syncing note taking app for the iPhone, is updating all of its services, starting with an official app for Android phones and tablets. The app offers the speed and simplicity you’ve come to expect from Simplenote, along with search and seamless sync.

If you’re already a Simplenote user, just log in to see your notes. If you’re not, you can register from the app.

If you’re not familiar with the service, Simplenote’s goal is to give you a way to create simple, quick, text notes that are synced across multiple devices. It’s a great way to take notes in meetings, in class, or anywhere else on your Android phone, iOS device, Kindle, or on the web. You can make your notes as long or short as you like, search them by keyword, organise them by tag, and filter out ones you don’t want to see.

Up to this point, the best Simplenote client for Android has been Flick Note, which is also fast and free and incorporates Simplenote’s features. Now you have the option of an official app.

It’s not the only note-taking app out there though — after all, you could just as easily use Google Keep, Evernote and its many competitors, or just a text file stored in Dropbox. Regardless, if you’re a Simplenote fan, this is good news. Hit the link below to give it a try.

Simplenote (Free) [Google Play via Simplenote Blog]


  • Its a bit too late.. I waited and waited (flick was crap) I went to the dark side and now use keep. It works like a charm.

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