The Best Note-taking Apps

Note-taking apps are going through something of a renaissance right now. New ones are popping up all the time, while some of the more established options are finding a whole new fan base.

I have used a lot over the years. Some I come back to time and time again. Others not so much. So, if you are looking for something new, here are ten of the best note-taking apps for you to try in 2022.

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Craft: A Next-Generation Note-Taking App

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I think the value of a good note-taking app has been underestimated, despite the fact that there is no shortage of options. OneNote, Evernote, Apple Notes, Simplenote, Google Keep, and countless others are well-known for their note-taking abilities, but for the most part, they kind of all do the same thing. That makes it hard to choose one over another.

In 2021, I became a big fan of Workflowy. It had a simplicity that the others lacked, and an organizational scheme that complimented the way my brain thinks. So, I moved all my notes from OneNote to Workflowy and I haven’t looked back since. I’m still really happy with it, but every so often I see an app that makes me do a double-take. Craft is one such app.

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The Workflowy App is Wonderful!

A chalkboard on a bed next to a laptop, headphones and a notepad. Chalkboard says, Things to Do - 1, Own today.
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Workflowy is one of those apps that I tried years ago, but I never quite connected with it. At the time, I just couldn’t get my brain around how I might use it. In some ways, I still feel the same way, but I am a lot more comfortable with it than I used to be and it has become one of my favorite new tools for planning and note-taking. In this post, I am going to give you a rundown of what the Workflowy app is and how I’m using it to stay productive.

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