We love Evernote, but it’s not the only note-taking app on the market. If you’re a visual thinker, a programmer, or a fan of pen and paper, you might be better off with something different. Below is our list of different note-taking apps plus the strengths and weaknesses of each. Tier 1 Note-Taking Apps: Evernote and OneNote Of all the apps we’ll cover, Evernote and OneNote are the most robust apps available. We’ll call these our “tier one” apps. Both are fully supported by cloudHQ,
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