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It's a free lightweight app by Google that works as a reminder, organiser, list maker, alarm... etc. Why is it my favourite? You can log into it from practically anything that can connect to the internet and access your info. Got an Android App, IOS App, Chrome App and a Web App.
You can also have multiple people collaborating on certain lists, reminders, posts... etc. It's also compatible with Whatsapp, Google Docs... etc.
I tried a few organiser apps before this but none was as light weight with these kinds of features and access points and most were not free.
Did you try Google Keep? It's a great app to take notes and create checklists.
The browser version is available here and you can even share individual notes with others if you want to.
Hope you like this one.
There's either the Chrome app or you can just use it in the browser
Then there's the Android app
Keep covers most of those. It doesn't delete items but does move them to the bottom, however there is a button in the three dot menu to untick all items and they will restore in the original position. You can easily add, edit, reorder etc.
It doesn't do swipe to mark as checked.
Google Keep works well for many and I've heard that Evernote is wonderful as well.
Just to get it out the way, I use Google Keep for almost everything. The recently added ability to pin notes to the top makes it excellent for a brief summary of the day's events.
Additionally, the colour coding, tagging, and sharing makes it a super-easy way to make quick little notes throughout the day, and organise at a later date.
If you check your (Android) phone a lot, you can download this app: Google Keep which lets you make lists and stuff. Then you can make one with just 'Reality check' or something. After that, you can make a widget on your homescreen with that reminder, so you'll think about it every time you look at your homescreen
Edit: made a quick example for you: Screenshot
Google can set reminders by location, for example using Google Now ("Ok Google, remind me to call Fred when I get home") or Google Keep. You have to set your Home location in your Google app preferences so it knows when you're home.
Google Keep. It has an app as well as a browser version.
It's perfect for creating To-Do's and setting up reminders.
Google Keep is a simple, nice looking app, though maybe a bit cluttered for some people: [link]
I've heard good things about Todoist: [link]
As far as I know, Google Keep does all of this. You can add notes at keep.google.com, it syncs with your Google account, labeling notes was just added in, and it also supports time-based and location-based reminders.
Keep for basic lists/notes.
Nimbus note if you want some text formatting and/or folder organizing.
Both can be accessed in through web clients.
I like to use the Google Keep app for my grocery list because i can share it with my SO and update it at any time. Whoever goes to the store first already has a list of what the other person wants at their fingertips.
I'm also really lazy and like my Google Now feature on my phone. I can just say. "Ok google, add milk to the grocery list" and it sticks it right there for me without even having to touch my phone! Comes in handy when I'm cooking and use the last of something and want to put it on my list before i forget.
I think there is also an app called "OutOfMilk" and it does the same thing but has more features like storing the average price like you're doing now! It didn't really work for me when I used it two years ago though so hopefully they've improved it since then.
Try Google Keep.
It's got an app here and a web version here.
Edit: sorry, misclicked, I wanted to answer OP not you
OKAY BUT IF SOMETHING REALLY IS TROUBLING YOU YOU CAN ALWAYS LET ME KNOW
> Want my rankings of the girls?
I want to watch more anime but FTF is distracting me.
> I want to make the sub really hard to navigate
> ~~no~~ Of course!
>> I plan but do I act on those plans?
Then you do!
> But the thing is I'm too lazy to go search for it
> So...that's the only picture?
> Too many too many!
Good thing our culture usually call our uncles and aunts by order. Kind of like "Uncle #3", not literal numbers but just sorted by order.
> I AGREE
^(be back later i'll probably take a nap)
Try Google Keep:
sections/categories: yes, labels
pdf: not yet
highlight: not yet
support from desktop: yes , web version , auto syncs with App notes.
reminders: yes, location reminders, recurring reminders.
Google Keep is a note app, Android Pay is a payment app that can also store loyalty cards (Wallet was the old name).
If I plan to make a post, I typically write it up in Google Docs beforehand (on my computer, at home) and then copy-and-paste it into a Reddit comment on Friday (from my phone, before eating lunch at work). I also use Google Keep to remind myself to add a topic to the Google Doc in the evening.
Use Keep with below intent to make audio note. You need to figure out how to start this intent on press volumme twice and retrive the content note from Keep to add it to your todo.
A1: Send Intent
Awww! very kind of you! I may message u! Thank you! <3
As for journal writing, I am not a fan of my handwriting either, so I use Google Keep app. it's super-easy to use and to organize. It can be fun too! :-)
The cost of bottom surgery is indeed much but I moved to CA last year to use its medicaid, which covers such procedures. I finally got my 2 letters last Friday, so I guess I should hear from a doctor in the next month and get it done by the end of Summer. I do want them gone totally asap and I have heard there's still a way to leave some skin for future -- in case I want to the big thing!
Good luck with dilating! I am sure it is all rewarding in the end! (I have heard dilating takes a lot of time and energy. So, eat well! ;-) )
Have a gr8 Sunday! <3
Google Keep is probably the best in general. [link]
However, for handwritten notes with a stylus, Squid is the best. [link]
Just like sid32 said, you need to have Google Keep installed and logged in with the same Google Account that your phone is logged in with. Then the Google Assistant would be able to give you a reminder at that location.
I use Keep, together with Calendar (I use the google one as well) it works great!
I like Google Keep for ideas as it's fast and fuss free, and ZZZI Random Music Alarm is great for waking up. It shuffles all your music and plays one track randomly. I find it great for morning motivation and mood.
Of course, I'm presuming you own an Android phone.
I use the Samsung handwriting recognition with the pen and Google Keep.
You could easily type as well in keep but I like using the pen because sometimes I use the drawing board function to either sketch ideas so attach pictures to notes to draw on.
You can color code your notes as well as adding labels. You can also search in keep and access it from the web.
That way if my next phone is not a Samsung I don't have to worry about losing anything I saved in s notes.
> Also: If you need to remember to do something tomorrow, change your phone's lock screen to an image that will remind you of it.
I use Google Keep, IMO it's much more, better then that suggestion.
That's why I recommend using Google Keep it's an app that shows you notes that you have made and you can set reminders for yourself to do things later.
Of course you shouldn't have to do this, but it's necessary nowadays.
Incoming Android link!
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My fave feature is personally the widget. I have an entire Desktop page dedicated to the widget.
You should also take a look at:
Don't force it. Sometimes a few words will pop into your head that sounds good. Write them down. I use Keep on my phone. You can also access via the Web or Chrome. Saves to the cloud as well.
Another thing I find helps is, if I've got a good chord progression or riff, try different sounds. Clean, with distortion, with fuzz, with phaser, etc. Just a change in sound can stir something.
I've recently started to write down names of people I meet and expect to meet in Google Keep, the best note taking app ever made. Get it on play store here ��
You could do the same very easily on Google keep app . By repeating the reminder whenever you want... plus it is synced to your Google ID so it is consistent on every platform.
> looking for Apps that sync with apple calender and Google notes. The first of those I can find Apps for, but many don't show shared calenders, and I really need that functionality.
Google "notes"?? Do you mean "Keep"?
As for iCloud calendars, try to set up sync with iCalendar Sync and then you shoudl be able to view these calendars with any calendar app.
If you're on Android, you can also try Google Keep which is really similar (it has reminders, multiple colors, lists, etc.) and you can access it through a browser
Both Google Keep and Text Fairy can import images and convert lettering to searchable text. Text Fairy can also export as PDF. Don't know of any screenshot app that can handle all those tasks.
I've found that online OCR websites do a better job than apps of converting bitmap lettering to editable text.
Google Notes - it's a simple notemaking tool I personally use all the time and it automatically syncs between all devices. Comparable to Evernote, which has a pemium service though.
Google Rewards - an easy way of making some Google Play money, can be uses on everything you can buy in the Google library.
Google Translator - a super handy tool if you habe to deal with more than one language, it is able to translate most languages and you don't even have to type it in, you can either tramsalte directly from a photo or just talk to it.
LastPass - my preferred password manager, it will memorize your passwords and create secure ones if you want it to.
Netflix - a subscription based movie service, I really enjoy it as it makes super long work commutes and idle time more fun, and on mobile you can also download the movies and series for later offline usage.
Pixlr - is my preferred photo editing programm, though I am actually sure that there are better apps for that out there.
Reddit Is Fun - in my opinion the most usable Reddit app and makes Reddit on mobile even more enjoyable than on PC so your poop time will increase drastically.
Shazam - ever wanted to know how that one song is called? Just shazam it and it will most definitely deliver.
Spotify - probably the best music service out there and I thougroughly recommend that you get the premium subscription, not only does it give you better quality audio, which isn't really noticable on mobile though, but you aren't forced to use random mode anymore, as you sadly are otherwise in the app, and lile in Netflix you can download for offline usage.
Sudoku - helps to bridge those spare ten minutes and is actually kinda addicting.
Whatsapp - everyone probably uses it, but it's my favourite way to stay in contact with other people so I'll include it.
Linguee is a nice alternative to the Google Translator in regards to comprehension of the translated texts. - recommended by u/YellowishWhite.
Bitwarden is said to be a nice alternstive to LastPass, by u/Szymas255.
KeePass is apparently an even better password manager as the two previously named ones, as it stores the passwords more secure. It doesn't seem to have an official app in the Play Store though, you might want to look into it for PC usage though. Recommended by u/FierceDiety_.
Beatfind is said to hog less resources, was recommended by u/kapitonas.
Snapseed looks like a good alternative to Pixlr in regards to photo editing, thanks u/dr-dialup.
It has a share feature
Have you tried google keep
Google Keep is good, does all the basics all in one package.
If you're really super into checklists, and you want several check lists to each have their own widgets, and you want a calendar to help you organize your lists, and remind you when things are due, etc, etc. I recommend TickTick. There is a free version and a paid option ($28/year), I generally hate subscriptions, but I think this one is worth it. The only thing I don't like about TickTick is the windows app, it's not great. When on my PC, I'll generally opt to use the website instead of the windows app.
For notes I use MS OneNote
Google Keep seems to be the one note app that people love, and I like it , but it can not sort lists in alphabetical order. With a long grocery list this can be a pain, so I found out about Memorix Notes + Checklists here on this sub. It is like keep, but you can sort lists in alphabetical order.
Another I really like is Sportractive GPS Running Cycling Distance Tracker, most of the other apps like Runtastic force you to login, and try and be a social media app, which I loathe.
Chrome will be your best friend here. One of the best parts about Google's ecosystem is that it includes iOS! And Mac (via Chrome). Chrome has its apps on the Chrome Web Store.
Google Keep on: iOS, Android, Chrome
What other services are you looking for? Definitely check out Google Music too!
The absolute best? Not sure. But boy, my Tabletop App folder is getting beefy. Android stuff ahead.
The vast majority of my notes goes into Keep. It doesn't support standard formatting options, but it's free, works well with tags, and is super seamless to sync across devices. I can just select whatever tag I use for any given campaign and everything is right there. Locations, characters, quests, session notes, all easy to access. You can add images, hyperlinks, and even draw with a stylus if you need to. Contains a pretty robust search function too.
I use Squid on the side, it's great for quick handwritten note taking. After a session, I reference it to permanently record data into Keep. It also supports multiple "notebooks," so you can have one for each campaign.
Battle Tracker for initiative. Made for D&D originally though, requires a bit of grunt work tweaking monsters. I wish it was a bit more robust, but for now it does the job.
Lion's Den's d20 Calculator is my go-to when it's more convenient to go digital that spend ages adding up fistfuls of dice.
Masterwork Tools is my reference app for when it's too time consuming to access Archive of Nethys or d20pfsrd. It's not up to date, but still very useful.
I have a bunch of other apps I use fairly infrequently, but I don't want to go nuts with this list. Special note for Treasure Generator though, there's something so satisfying about throwing in some random treasure chest every now and again.
Try Google keep.
Welcome. Keep in mind that you've just entered a world where "there isn't one built in" is a positive. This might take some time to adjust to. Give it some time. Android has historically been for people who want their phones to work for them, rather than having to work for their phone.
Think of it like this: experiment, experiment, experiment. Install apps, ask questions, and start to draft some "I wish I could..." requests. You'll likely find that whatever it is that you wish you could do is possible on Android. This freedom leads many of us to get quite anxious about the claustrophobic world of iOS and its "built in" one-size-is-supposed-to-fit-all nightmare.
As to your question, there are a ton of great options. You'll have to determine what will work best for you.
Google Keep is a good place to start. You can create grocery lists, share them with you partner, set reminders based on time or location, etc. You can also add items via talking - "Ok Google, add milk to my shopping list" to add items.
TickTick is a more advanced solution that may or may not work for you. It's not as popular as Todoist, but it's far better, in my opinion. It's somewhat less expensive and provides a better experience overall.
Then there is the "built in" "Ok Google" reminders. "Ok Google. Remind me to buy milk at 6:00pm".
I find Google Keep is pretty great for notes.
Unfortunately, I don't think there's an easy way to transfer notes. I'd say your best bet is to download Google Keep on your iPhone and just copy paste all your notes into it. iOS link, Android link
Side note: I'm glad to see more people switching to Android! If you haven't already, I recommend getting a new keyboard and launcher, Samsung's ones aren't so great. I use GBoard and Nova Launcher, but there are many alternatives. Have fun!
This is free, and it's on iOS too.
Looks like an uglier version of Google 'Keep', which even has a synching desktop app:
You can do that on Google Keep.
If you mean you're keeping notes in a contact, I'd like a propose a new way. Use Google Keep. There's a shortcut for it in the right sidebar. Mobile app as well (iOS/Droid).
I know any change to a workflow is a PITA, but I'm sure you can build the new muscle memory quickly.
Free, cloud backup, voice input, probably already installed, colored labels.
Google Keep or Sketch
Google Keep (website) (App)
I know where you're coming from, but hear me out.
First, you're going to secure all browsers, even Edge. I have linked some extensions.
Second, you're going to uninstall Internet Explorer.
Third, and this is the most important one… You're going to install apps of the websites he uses from the Windows Store. The Windows Store is incredibly secure, you just can't fuck up with that. You mentioned Facebook, Messenger, Yahoo and poker. If you can find exactly what he uses on the Windows Store, the security of his computer is greatly improved.
Do not fear to install apps from the Windows Store on your personal computer to test them before you install them on your grandpa's computer, as you will be helping him understand the wonderful security that apps provide. You can easily uninstall them, and that's the biggest feature they have (haha).
Lastly, nuke everything. Malware is generally hard to completely remove. If you are used to working with the BIOS, use the Media Creation Tool and an USB Key to format the hard drive and reinstall Windows anew. If not, just select upgrade this computer and delete everything.
After everything is nuked, you can create a local administrator account with a password from random.org that you'll carefully write down on a paper, your cellphone, and possibly even on the fridge. Then, you'll create a normal user account with your grandfather's Microsoft Account. Use the administratior account to install a bunch of software.
But why the double account? This will force him to look for the difficult to remember password every time he wants to make changes to Windows, making it harder to install malware.
Google Keep also grabs text from an image.
Ito oh libre
Google keep does it, another advantage would be that it will be saved and automatically available everywhere.
I like Keep
... do you mean google keep?
Google Keep [link]
One app I like a lot, a easy to use is keep. [link]
I'm pretty sure that only works on the android sub, but here it is:
I use an Android / Windows environment, so I've been searching for a good set of programs to use that are available for free (or under $30) on my devices.
First I found:
My Life Organized - Free on Windows / Android (But one time $70 fee to upgrade both to the pro version to gain access to Projects and a number of other useful features) I was on board with this app, and prepared to buy their $10 pro version on Android, but I then noticed their Windows version was $60.
So far the suggestions in this thread are:
ToDoIst - Free on Windows / Android (But $29/year if you want to add Filters and Labels (contexts) to your items.)
Remember The Milk - Free on Windows / Android (But $25/ year if you want push notifications and advanced Syncing), but lacks a desktop application. You can access it via the web, but I'd rather have something I don't need the internet to access.
Google Keep Actually free, but only really does lists and reminders. It does lists really well though!
So I'm leaning towards Remember The Milk, but before I commit, are there any other Windows / Android programs you guys use to stay organized outside of your head?
Google Keep is really simple and easy to use for basic note/list taking.
I feel Google Keep is just as good.
If they're related to existing projects, they go in separate issues on GitLab. Otherwise, I describe my ideas in Keep.
It's a note app by Google, pretty well done. I like it a lot. Here it is.
Here's a link for ya
Here is the link: [link]
The Google Keep app comes with a widget that can create quick notes: [link]
Ecco il link da Lei richiesto, Signore.
Google's note-taking app. It's pretty nifty.
Please try Google Keep
Time-based reminders in Google Keep
Google Keep covers pretty much all of that.
But i guess it won't work if the font changing option is mandatory.
Google Keep, Twilight, Smart IR Remote, Relay for Reddit.
Sketch started in Google Keep app. Exported to Glitch! app - tweaked with the Scanner filter. Exported to DECIM8 app - tweaked with the BRAINFEED3R and BEAMRIDER filters. Slightly tweaked in Google Photos for color/contrast (via the web interface, not the app).
I use Google Keep everyday. It is free and you can use it on the Internet, Android, IOS, Google Chrome and Firefox.
I'm a Google user and this seems to work well for your problem.
I use Google Keep on my phone/tablet and works well cross platform with Google Panel View for Keep Chrome extension. You can literally be typing in your phone app and watch it write on your PC/Mac and vice versa.
Also for just quick links you find interesting while browsing the web, check out Google Save to Keep chrome extension.
I am going for Google here and Keep and Calendar helps me to some degree. Set up notifications for everything
Keep for iOS
Google keep is great for this. [link]
You can use google.com/keep on your computer too and it will sync with your app
Google Keep which alone is enough for me not to go Gear S2 Tizen, despite that tempting turning bezel. So Keep and Now keeps me in the Android corral.
Watchmaker is a have to have. There are at least 10 000 free watch faces available through the app. That's like a free watch face every day for the next 27 years. I wouldn't get an Android Wear watch if it wasn't available. Not only that but a great community of watch/watch face makers on Google+. The paid version is if you want to make your own watches, or modify existing ones, there's a FREE Watchmaker version as well, and a version if you want a wallpaper on your phone/phablet to match the wrist watch.
Then there's ClockSync to avoid clock drift and keep your watch on atomic time. For it to be automatic, though, your phone/phablet has to be rooted.
Tasker and various plug ins for that to enable tailoring and automating your device.
Then there are various remotes that I have to have, to control the HTPC, playback on Squeezeboxes, volume control on the sound system in the entire house, etc, but that may not be an area you are interested in. Finally, various work out apps.
Google Keep is a really cool way of keeping track with stuff. I have a grocery list shared with my girlfriend, and you can even make more stuff which you share:
If anyone is looking for an alternative to the note sharing feature, check out google keep :) [link]
Just share a link with Keep. That way you can open from mobile or desktop.
Google Keep. - Free
Google's take on post-it notes. Wife and I have shared to-do and shopping lists (which is a pain when you are in the grocery store looking at the list and things keep being added to it!). On Android it's got a nice widget that I have on the home screen of my phone, so I always see my daily to-do list or reminder immediately when I unlock my phone. Also accessible from any web browser. Requires Google account.
Google Keep for Android - Play Store
Google Keep for iOS - App Store
It's this: [link]
Google Keep - notes and lists
I use the lock screen function in Wear Minilauncher to keep Keep notes onscreen. It chews up the battery but if I need something for a couple of minutes it's great.
Try google keep
Keep for note taking and shopping list on your wrist
TrackID for figuring out what song is playing without having to take out your phone
Yatse - a remote control app for your XBMC / Kodi media player
Other than that I basically just use it for notifications, checking the time and controlling media playback
It's difficult to pin down to one issue since it's really the sum of all of its shortcomings that makes it a disappointing experience.
Windows phone is locked down heavily like iOS, but doesn't offer a wide enough selection of apps or system features to make it usable. It's a very sparse OS.
Because of how hard it's locked down, it's necessary to install apps that add the functionality you need, but apps that add the functionality you need aren't available.
Neither google nor apple publish apps for their services like drive, play music, keep, or any of the docs apps in the store like google does on iOS, so you're forced to use all of microsoft's services unless you want to roll the dice with some hacky chinese-made half-baked browser frame app. Microsoft doesn't make a lot of great apps like Google does.
Official apps that are available often lack functionality present in android or iOS versions of the apps.
You'll find more apps that don't do what you want than apps that do what you want, there are many fewer good apps on windows mobile than there are on other platforms. There is a poor selection of apps that are actually usable. Whereas on android whatever app you download has at least some functionality, even if it's not the functionality you're looking for, there are a bunch of apps on the store that just plain do nothing at all.
All apps are super hard to find, in fact I didn't even know about wallet until half an hour ago. I've been researching W10M and the 950 XL for the past two weeks and hadn't seen it mentioned until then. I finally tracked it down and turns out it's shit
You have to install a greater number of apps to get the functionality you want. On average, individual apps have less functionality than their android or iOS equivalents. Just look at the difference between memo and keep. Some justify this as minimalism, but really the windows app just lacks functionality.
If you can't find another app to fill in for missing functionality in another app, you're going to have to do without that functionality. On android you can probably find an app from google that does what you need, on windows phone
No snapchat, vine, tinder, YouTube, Gmail, stable Instagram, pinterest, etc.
Pen and paper is infinitely more convenient and customizable than an app - if I had to use my phone I'd probably use Keep.
Could just use something like Google Keep, which has a website and an app.
Google keep for sure