Notes is the built-in memo taking app for iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, and Mac. It debuted with the original iPhone as part of iPhone OS 1.0 and has persisted ever since. Apple added a version of Notes to the Mac with OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion, and Notes are also available and accessible via the web at iCloud.com.
The Notes app that is built in to your iPhone is great for storing snippets of text or quick sketches, and you can use it with iCloud, Gmail, or Exchange. Here's how to get it set up.
Did you know you can add lines and grids in the Notes app for a handwritten notes? Here's how to get all of that set up.
There may come a time when you want to hide some photos or video on your iPhone from others. Here are a few ways to go about it.
Apple's document scanner might be the only scanner you'll ever need, ever again. Here's everything you need to know regarding how to use it.
Instant Notes is a feature that allows you to quickly start up a new note in the Notes app, right from the Lock Screen. Here's how it works.
Sometimes your notes are going to need a little more pizzazz. Here's how to format your text so that it's easier to read and refer to later.
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