- Google Play
- Price: Free
Usability: Out of all the note taking apps discussed in this post, Catch Notes is most like the dynamic EverNote app described above. Catch allows user to set reminders, store photos and sound bytes, make general lists, and record simple text notes. These are able to be saved to what Catch Notes calls ‘spaces.’ These spaces can house note on different subjects, private notes, or miscellaneous items, for instance. This intuitive compartmentalization of notes and media makes it easy for the user to keep track of his/her contents. Sharing can take place with whole spaces or on an individual item level. This dynamic user interface lends itself to an array of users (from amateur to tech savvy).
Aesthetics: Users will find that Catch Notes is visually appealing and professionally developed. The look and feel of the app is a major player in why it seems like a trusted resource. The inviting colors and simple content organization makes it fun and almost second-nature to handle.
Stability/Updates: Backing up items and media in Catch Notes is as simple as navigating to the Settings option and performing the backup. This is sync your app items with the web version of Catch Notes at Catch.com. It does not look like it’s possible to backup your Catch Notes items to your device’s SD card. For some users this may pose a problem.
Quality of Content: The information contained in the Settings feature of Catch Notes is sufficient for first-time user to understand what portions of the app are customizable and which sections are static. The interface and functionality seem to be glitch-free with seamless syncing making this note taking app one to take note of.