These are the notes apps that come pre-installed on your operating system (e.g., iOS, Windows, Google).
These apps allow you to store, read, and highlight ebooks. Often, you can then export these highlights to your notes app using a tool like Readwise.
These apps make it easy to keep track of all of your to-dos in one place. They often allow you to organize your to-dos in different ways and add deadlines and reminders.
These apps can record voice memos and transcribe them as text that can then be imported into your notes app.
These apps connect different tools and help notes and information flow between them.
These apps let you receive, read and send emails. They also include tools to optimize your email workflow so you can hit inbox zero consistently.
These apps allow you to capture written notes and save other kinds of content (e.g., images, attachments, audio notes, handwritten notes). Typically, you can organize your notes within folders, by linking them together, and/or adding tags.
These apps allow you to save content from around the internet (e.g., online articles, newsletters) for distraction-free consumption on your own time. They often include features to highlight certain passages and import those highlights into your notes app.
These apps are extensions for your web browser that allow you to save content from the web (e.g., bookmarks, complete webpages, screenshots) and save them in your notes app.
These apps help you manage complex projects with multiple collaborators. They often include a dedicated place for taking notes and storing information related to projects.
These apps allow you to read and annotate PDF documents.
These apps are the digital form of a paper calendar. They let you send and receive calendar invites so you can manage your time and plan your days.