The cell phone is perfect as a digital appointment calendar! Reason enough to tell you about the Simpan Note app. Because the note app not only has 4.5 stars in the Google Play Store, it is currently also free of charge. For the application including the chic surface you normally pay 3.99 euros!
- The app is free until tomorrow (October 9th)
- 4.5 stars from 1,790 ratings
- Does not contain in-app purchases or advertising
Simpan is a note-taking app that fits perfectly into our editors’ chaotic schedule! So if you – like us – have to keep track of many things at the same time and also want to remind yourself of all the tasks that have to be done in a stressful working day, then this app is just right for you.
- Download Simpan from the Google Play Store
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Is it worth downloading Simpan?
As a note-taking app, Simpan brings a little order into your life! This is done by distinguishing between different types of notes that you can record and edit with different tools. For example, if you need to save a link, all you have to do is copy it and open the app. Simpan will then automatically recognize the link and ask you if you want to make a note of it. The app also has a link shortener, but a separate registration is required to set it up.
Another function that we found useful is the “save tasks” function. With this, you can turn your notes directly into a “to-do” list. You can then review the errands that have been completed and see your progress. What sets it apart from the typical “to-do” tools in other apps is the ability to quickly search for and sort listed tasks. This is particularly helpful when trying to keep track of things that are running in parallel.
Plus, the user interface is as sleek as you’d expect from a paid app. There are animations and a really chic dark mode. What else can you ask for? If your answer was “security features” then Simpan has everything you need. In a special tab, the app offers the option of saving accounts offline, unlocking them by fingerprint, and using a customizable password generator.
Does Simpan respect your privacy?
The Exodus platform has identified two Google trackers that are responsible for crash reporting and analysis. The app requires a large number of permissions (10), such as access to external storage. In the developer notes, we are informed that we can turn off the network connection and that most functions will work properly.
How do you like Simpan and have you already tried out the app? Let us know in the comments!