Simplenote brings its ultra-fast note taking app to Android

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  • ShadowFist23

    “ultra-fast”, hm. I really like Evernote, I use it a lot, but adding a new note is not as quick as I’d like it to be.

    • J-Ro

      Some note taking apps really make you work for it. I want to just press “new” or “+” and make a note. Google Keep is good for that. Just has crazy permissions for a note taking app.

  • Frank Marcelli

    Not bad. Todo.txt does the same but with additional sync options (dropbox support) and the ability to run at startup.

  • Unorthodox

    I don’t know why these apps never get it right? There must be a widget that takes one page of the homescreen, so I could just scribble my idea there then swipe up and the note goes to the app storage, leaving the widget empty and ready for taking the next note.

  • Amparipaa

    trust me, this “ultra-fast note taking app” isn’t gonna be so ultra-fast on android, even with an inevitable snapdragon 1000 (64-bit?) running the show, as android is based off java, so code has to be compiled in real time, which is an inherent disadvantage to any android-developed software versus iOS and to an extent WP8 (sadly many program are developed in .NET, another compiled-in-real-time language)