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Apps with 'Voice Notes' feature
Google Keep is a service provided by Google which integrates note-taking and web surfing. Xournal++ (a fork of Xournal) is a handwriting Notetaking software with PDF annotation support. Written in C++ with plattform independent GTK, supporting Linux, e.g. Ubuntu, Debian, Arch, Suse, macOS and Windows 10. Supports Pen input like Wacom Tablets. Otter is a smart note-taking app that empowers you to remember, search, and share your voice conversations (for English only). Web version is also available at otter. Switch effortlessly between using the keyboard and your voice to type out notes. Work smarter and more productively with fast, accurate dictation and transcription using Dictanote. Noted is an audio recording and note-taking app for lectures, meetings, interviews, conferences and more, making it easy to record every moment with confidence. Take beautiful handwritten notes or annotate PDFs on your iPad, and now even on your iPhone. MixNote is a mobile note taking app, like a memo pad or notepad. Take note of every deserved thing, with text, ToDo, voice and picture. You can take notes, write memos, create to-do list, record voice and add pictures in MixNote. Make your notes more varied and interesting. Grafio allows you to make flow charts, org charts, Venn diagrams, mind maps, take notes, sketches and do other diagrams. Everything is custom and modifiable. MacJournal is the world's most popular journalist software for the Mac. Moxtra provides cloud-based project binders for managing, presenting and sharing your projects/events/parties/trip... from your iPhone/iPad. Highlight Features: ? Present your ppt, doc, pdf, photo, video, music… in one binder with compelling visual experience UppTalk is a cross-platform messaging application that allows you to send text messages (real SMS) to any phone number in United States, Canada, Mexico and more than 200 countries in the world. GNotes is an Android notepad/notebook that can synchronize with Google GMail. Pear Note records audio, video, and what you do, including typing notes and changing slides, on a timeline. Since keystrokes and slide changes are kept on this timeline, you can easily find what was being said during typing or a particular slide.