[Android] Create notes and set reminders with QwickNote

QwickNote for AndroidWith so many note taking apps to choose from, it would be wise to choose an app that does not only offer more features but is also smooth, responsive and easy to use. Now, how about a note taking app that supports file attachments and speech-to-text input? Well, in that case, there’s QwickNote. Let’s find out if this app can live up to your expectations.

What Is It and What Does It Do

Main Functionality

QwickNote is a free, fast and efficient note taking app for Android that flaunts a swipe/gesture based user interface. Just like what its name suggests, you can use this app to quickly take notes, create lists, tasks and set reminders. It also supports text-to-speech input. In addition, this app also supports file attachments so you can easily attach your documents, music and video files as well as your photos.

Pros

  • Easy to use
  • Flaunts a fast, stable and responsive swipe/gesture based user interface
  • Ideal for creating notes, to-do lists, tasks and reminders
  • Supports speech-to-text input
  • Supports file attachments – you can attach up to three files of all sorts per note
  • You can organize your notes into folders – you can also add notes to your list of “Favorites”
  • You can share files and text to others via Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Gmail, Facebook, QR code, etc.
  • Supports local file backup and restore – you can also sync the app with Dropbox and Google Tasks
  • Built-in search function
  • Configurable settings and preferences
  • Has a home screen widget (in list view)

Cons

  • Does not automatically convert URLs into active links
  • You cannot sort out notes and lists by date modified or by alphabetical order
  • You cannot secure or lock your private/personal notes with a password

Discussion

QwickNote for Android App FreeQwickNote, by Arbezone, is a simple and efficient note taking app for Android. Aside from the fact that it flaunts a smooth, stable and responsive swipe/gesture based user interface, the app also supports speech-to-text input so it makes it easier for you to create and update your notes using voice. In addition, the app also supports file attachments. You can add up to three attachments per note. For a quicker access, you can opt to pin your important notes to your home screen using the app’s built-in widget.

When using the app for the first time, you will be guided by its welcome tutorial. Since the app supports swipe/gesture controls, it makes it easier for you to access certain sections within its UI. If you swipe from left to right, you’ll be able to open the app’s menu. If you swipe from right to left, you’ll be able to open its folder menu. If you want to see the options for each note, just swipe the note from left to right. To delete a note, just swipe the note to the opposite direction.

Another thing that I like about the app is that it lets you set reminders. As a matter of fact, this app lets you set one-time reminders, repeating reminders and even alarms. You can also create to-do lists for your work and day-to-day chores.

All in all, I can say that QwickNote can really help you take quick notes. It’s not only a fast and reliable app, it is also user-friendly. You won’t regret using it especially if you are someone who likes to take notes. It’s also good to know that this app supports a home screen widget. Plus, it lets you sort out your notes into different folders.

In addition, QwickNote has the advantage over other note taking apps because it offers a wide range of features and options. Nevertheless, it also has its own share of downsides such as its lack of support for secure (password-protected) notes. Furthermore, the app does not automatically convert URLs to active links. You also cannot sort out your notes by date modified or by alphabetical order.

Conclusion and Download Link

QwickNote is a very good note taking app that’s ideal for users of all levels. It’s smooth, fast, stable, responsive and user-friendly. Plus, its features aren’t limited to just taking notes. You can even share or send your notes to others. So if you are currently looking for an efficient note taking app, go ahead and give it a try.

Price: Free, Pro – $2.53

Version reviewed: 1.0

Requires: Android 2.3 and up

Download size: 5.8MB

QwickNote on Play Store

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  1. Aris

    Hi Kent,
    Great review. We thank you for taking time and writing constructive feedback on QwickNote. Your suggestions we took under onsideration. Special thanks from QwickNote and keep up the great work :)