Categories Asides Simplenote for Android! Post author By Matt Post date September 9, 2013 9 Comments on Simplenote for Android! I’m really excited about Simplenote for Android, better than any similar app I’ve seen on the platform. Share this: Related New SimplenoteJanuary 21, 2015In "Asides"Simplenote Open SourceAugust 11, 2016In "Asides"On the new SimplenoteSeptember 23, 2013In "Automattic" ← NextDraft’s New Platform → On the Way to the Post Office 9 replies on “Simplenote for Android!” Well done, looks good and really fast! What about Google Keep tho? It also super light weight and allows you to store images as well, and no need to “signup” as you already signed into Google on android devices (and normally web as well). #justsaying 😉 What phone are you carrying these days? S4 and an iPhone 5. Not crazy about having two but we’ve been testing lots of stuff on both. It looks good. Try Workflowy as well. It’s used by Matt Cutts and are awesome! Have you tried google keep? I think its only fair that you give a few comparisons for your comments. Those folks at Evernote might think your biased or something… Funny timing. Over the weekend I was researching ways to turn WordPress into my own personal note-taking tool – sort of a personal Evernote & control the data myself (found this article: http://goo.gl/8eQsVD)… guess it’s a common notion! Matt, in the interest of full disclosure, you might have mentioned Automattic (the company you founded) acquired Simperium, maker of Simplenote, in January 2013. It’s pretty public knowledge as I announced it before and they’re on the Automattic.com homepage, but thanks for raising it. I’m not alone, The Verge just named Simplenote one of the best new Android apps: http://www.theverge.com/2013/9/12/4720428/best-new-apps-simplenote-for-android Comments are closed.