by Jules Wang | March 21, 2016 2:06 PM
Along with a new iPhone today came the much-awaited update to iOS 9.3, betas be done with us. Night Shift finally gets implemented, putting the sword into F.lux for any hopes on the App Store. It basically adjusts the hue of your screen to cut down on blue light emissions, harmful to your eyes in the dark. The Notes app now gets Touch ID or password protection, too. Health can suggest apps for you to use while News now has three new sections for its articles: Top Stories, Editors' Picks and a trending tab. CarPlay integration brings an improved maps experience and song suggestions for your ...
by Jules Wang | July 7, 2015 10:11 AM
Okay, so the LiveScribe smartpen hasn't exactly taken off yet. And you're finding it impractical to carry around pen and paper these days. So, the question stands: what can I do to take down what I need to know or remember? Well, not to worry! Notes apps are getting craftier as time goes by and at this point, they're proving to be essential for the connected, for the forgetful and for the studious. We took a quick jot across five different notes apps for Android. Some of them have the capability for reminders. Some of them can take pictures of documents and convert them into decent looking ...
by Jaime Rivera | March 20, 2013 5:46 PM
That's right, if you were wondering just why Android doesn't have its own note-taking service, well it seems that somebody internally asked the same question. As of today Google Keep joins the rest of the services you can access from both the Web and Android, but for those of you thinking that this is just another note-taking application, think again. In a similar way to Evernote, Google Keep allows you to store notes, have them on the web synchronized, take photos, do voice notes, etc. The difference is that Google Keep allows you to create tasks from these notes and be reminded of them ...
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