Is Evernote or Microsoft OneNote a better mobile application for taking and organizing notes? The question isn’t easy to answer, because the two options have many similarities. Both apps work on and sync across multiple devices, for example, and both support voice input.
However, each option has strengths and weaknesses. Here are four reasons to use the OneNote mobile app instead of Evernote’s app, as well as four ways in which Evernote on mobile outshines its OneNote counterpart.
This list is by no means exhaustive, and it is simply meant to provide a feel for how the two apps handle some typical (and a few atypical) tasks on mobile devices. It’s also worth noting that other capable mobile apps can, more or less, match Evernote and OneNote task for task, including Centrallo, Apple Notes and Google Keep.
First up, four reasons to use OneNote’s mobile app instead of Evernote.