What’s Better?: Evernote or All Others Combined

May 30, 2011  /  Lifestyle

Organization is something that comes easy to some people. For the rest of us, we may need a little help in this area and software developers have come up with a number of great apps and computer programs that will keep things hopefully in check.

One of the most popular apps out there currently is Evernote. This program can be used on the computer and accessed on smartphones as well. Whenever there is a good idea or something that needs to be remembered, it can be quickly put into Evernote. This can include a picture, an email, an article from a website. It gets stores in Evernote and you are able to categorize and organize the info into lists and tasks. Inspiration can hit an any time, so Evernote makes the process of remembering this information for later all the more user friendly. 

Since the inception of Evernote, there have been a number of similar programs out there vying for consumers. There are products such as Remember the Milk and TaskPad for simple task reminders, but few come close to the style and effectiveness as Evernote.

Shelfster is an app that is similar in concept. It has a nicer program for clipping and collecting images and data and has a very robust desktop program. The one drawback is that there is no phone app for Shelfster. For the person on the go, this is a deal breaker.

One program out there that is similar and possibly better would be Springpad. This program allows a user to capture images and put their notes into the computer or phone app, but one thing that sets Springpad would be the fact that it has a system for organizing all of the data automatically. This cuts down on the work that the user has to do to keep all of their random notes in order.

When it comes to organizing one’s life, it gets very personal. Different people need different things, so the app for one person may not be right for someone else. Try them all out and find the best one for your busy life!

 

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