Best Note Taking Apps for Tweens and Teens

Taking notes in school can be a huge challenge for many tweens and teens. Taking notes takes a great deal of time and trying to listen and write notes at the same time is not always easy. Here are some of the best note taking apps for tweens and teens.

 


AudioNote– AudioNote is a free app that is available for Android and iOS devices. The app automatically indexes your classes, lectures and study sessions by linking audio and notes. The app also allows you to insert drawings, pictures and texts into your notes.

Evernote– Evernote is a free app that is available for Android and iOS devices. This app helps you collect, organize, share and sync your notes, anytime, anywhere. With Evernote, you can also add things like attachments, audio recordings, checklists, links and tables to your notes.

Google Keep
– Google Keep is a free app that is available for Android and iOS devices. This app lets you collect, edit, organize and share your notes from anywhere. In addition, the app allows you audio record notes, which the app will instantly transcribe for you. The app also features filters to help you find your notes quickly when you need them.

MarginNote- MarginNote is a paid ($6.99) app that is available for iOS devices. The app allows you to create mind maps, highlight PDF text, review flashcards and take notes. Also, the app lets you add stuff to your notes, like audio recordings, hashtags and pictures.

Simplenote– Simplenote is a free app that is available for Android and iOS devices. The app is the fast, efficient and easy way to keep notes. With the app, you can also sync your notes with all your devices and use pins and tags to keep your notes organized.

Whink– Whink is a paid ($3.99) app that is available for iOS devices. This app lets you handwrite notes, just like you were using pen and paper. The app also allows you to add things like bullets, checklists, headings and numbers to your notes.

Which note taking app have you tried?

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6 comments

  1. I’ve not tried any of these apps, but I think Google Keep sounds interesting. I like that it will auto translate the recordings. What a great way to be sure you don’t miss anything in class.

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