Note-taking on an iPhone

Posted March 25, 2013 by
in Pens, Paper & People, Planning Tips | 3 comments »

Karen’s recent post about taking notes on her iPhone struck a chord. I, too, recently got an iPhone, and I, too, have been flirting with the idea of digital note-taking for much the same reason.

I started with grocery lists, since grocery lists are something I’m in the habit of forgetting when it actually comes time to go to the store. Also, I can delete something as I put it in my shopping basket, thus shrinking the list and helping me stay focused on what I still need to buy. However, I feel like a distractable fool when I’m navigating a supermarket while fiddling around with my iPhone, wheeling the stroller (or bouncing my son in the Ergo), and trying to remember where the dairy products are in a still-new-to-me grocery layout.

Plus, if I kept a paper list in the kitchen like I did in Red Hook, my husband would remember to remind me we’re out of crackers since he’d jot it down when he emptied the box.

Have you found the killer app for digital notes?

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  1. kategm

    03/25/2013   13:20PM  

    Simple-Note and Evernote both sync with your phone, computer, etc. and can be accessed from any browser:

    Both also have free and paid sign-up options. I love them.

  2. belen

    03/25/2013   17:55PM  

    I like the Drafts app. Super simple and can “send” to many other apps.

  3. Steve Morton

    03/26/2013   13:26PM  

    I find the ink smudges on the glass screen..


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