You can currently get EZ Notes for Android free of charge in the Google Play Store. Notes again? Yes, again – but we’ll explain why you should definitely give this app a chance.
- EZ Notes normally costs 3.49 euros and is free for two more days
- Rated 4.5 stars with more than 100,000 downloads and over 4,000 reviews
- No registration required, no advertising, and no in-app purchases
How many note-taking apps are there actually out there and who the hell is using them all (except for Antoine)? At least for EZ Notes, I can assure you that I use and appreciate them. As you can read above, the price for the Android app is usually 3.49 euros. The fun is currently free, so you have nothing to lose if you give EZ Notes a chance.
- Download EZ Notes for free from Google Play
Why is EZ Notes worth downloading?
I’ve already given you one reason: It’s free, so you can get a taste of it. But there are actually a lot of reasons why you should have EZ Notes as the note-taking app of your choice on your smartphone: In addition to normal, written notes, you can also record voice notes that are automatically transcribed immediately. Yes, you can also scribble something quickly (with or without an S Pen).
You can insert pictures, create to-do lists (and cross out what you have done), and you can easily share your notes with others. Assign priorities, set up calendar reminders, and much more. It is also very cool that you can organize your notes in folders. EZ Notes is therefore a real all-purpose note-taking weapon!
Does EZ Notes respect your privacy?
Good news: EZ Notes doesn’t require an account, has no ads, and there are no in-app purchases. Seen in this way, the complete all-around happy package. A quick check at Exodus also tells us that exactly zero trackers can be found. Only six permissions are required, Exodus only highlights one that requires write permissions for external storage. So everything is harmless.
The developer also lets you know that there is no nonsensical access to the camera, contacts, etc. in his app that is not required. By the way, he responds very politely to the reviews on Google Play. But that’s probably also easy for you when you have to react almost exclusively to positive reviews in view of the 4.5 stars.
So, dear people: The fun is free for two more days and I think you should shovel it onto your smartphone right after reading the article. Let me know what you think of the app and leave us your arguments for one of the many other note-taking apps in the comments.