Chrome: A simple pocket notebook is great for jotting down quick thoughts or notes, but maybe you prefer to stay digital. Papier is a simple browser extension that lets you type quick notes just by opening a new tab. There's no shortage of apps and tools for note taking, but I like this one because it's simple and incredibly convenient. You open up a new tab, type your words and the extension automatically saves your notes so you can see any changes you've made next time you open a tab. Your changes are backed up directly to Chrome, so there's no need to sync or sign up for anything.
From the options menu on the bottom left of the screen, you can also print your text or switch to "night mode", which lets you type with white text on a black background. To give it a try for yourself, head to the link below.
Papier [Chrome Web Store]