Your thoughts on all your devices
Multiple devices, multiple platforms
Individual notes can be pinned directly to your device’s home screen for quick access, and there is also a handy homescreen widget.
The jewel in Catch Note’s crown is its multi-platform support, so you can keep your iOS and Android devices in perfect harmony.
Catch Notes has a homescreen widget - and a voice recording facility
The free version comes with 70MB of on-line storage, but for $5 (£3) a month or $45 (£28) a year you can upgrade to the Pro version which gives you 1GB and the ability to upload PDF and Office files as attachments.
That price structure seems a bit steep when you consider that Dropbox gives you 2GB, so I’d suggest sticking with the free version and exercising some restraint with your voice recording.
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