3banana Notes

by droid2apps on August 13, 2010

There are a variety of apps available for note-taking on the Droid 2, each having their own level of functionality. One of the best apps on the market for this is 3banana Notes. 3Banana Notes is more robust than most of the generic note taking applications. Rather than just allowing for basic note taking, it has the ability to embed HTML tags and to add photos and links. 3Banana Notes allows you to pin notes or a widget to the main screen for easy editing and access. The barcode scanning option allows you to scan a barcode and have the number associated with it appear in the text note. Tags for notes can easily be created simply by adding a hash mark # in front of the tag. You can Geotag the location as well, allowing for a better understanding of the note.

Another beneficial feature on this Droid 2 app is the ability for it to sync up with Google. This allows you to create notes on the web or on the phone and automatically sync them with both places. This is very handy for creating notes from a work computer before leaving for the day. There are a few apps out that do more than 3Banana Notes, however most of those lack the user friendliness that this application has. The overall ease of use is a nice change from many of the other cumbersome programs for note taking, without giving up much in functionality. 3Banana Notes does not have an option to record voice files, but the rest of the bells and whistles more than offset the lack. A great productivity tool for the Droid 2.

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