People are getting busier and busier every day, it seems. There’s always things to do, people to meet, tasks to complete, and it is easy for things to fall through the cracks. Today, there’s plenty of note pad apps on Google Play to help Android users organize their thoughts and agendas. Among the notepad apps, plenty have a rating of 4 stars of higher. So how do you choose? In this M2AppMonitor report, we’ve listed 5 notes apps that are popular (100,000 downloads or more), well-reviewed (4 stars or higher), and battery-efficient. Below are the top 5 apps that save the most battery on the devices of the M2AppMonitor community.
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Easypad, by movin’App, takes this week’s prize and the most battery-efficient Android notepad app. Easypad is extremely easy to use, but also packed with great features, such as customizable notepads, fun design options, backup capabilities, and the ability to send notes by SMS, email, or Dropbox. Once you get used to Easypad, make sure to check out their even more expansive Pro version. You can feel guilt free using Easypad, being that it has a super-low battery consumption rate of 177.4 mW, averaged across all Easypad versions being used by the M2AppMonitor community. By comparison, the 100 most popular utility apps average a battery drain rate of 491.74, which is over 2.5 times larger than Easypad!
Evernote has received mentions and awards by the New York Times, TechCrunch, Mashable, and more. Today they can add one more accolade to their list; being named as one of the most battery-efficient Android notepad apps! With a 307.2 mW battery drain rate, Evernote is super sleek on your device’s battery. Evernote continues to add great features like an improved page camera and organization improvements.
ColorNote offers plenty of great organization tools and options such as to-do lists, grid view, and color coding. Additional features such as reminders, sharing, and password protection will also help your organizational needs. With a 382.8 mW drain rate, you won’t kill your device’s battery, either.
4. Quick Notes
Quick Notes delivers offers a variety of solutions for all of your organizational needs. The Search feature is also helpful in finding any lost notes or thoughts.
Although Note Everything has a slightly higher battery drain rate than the others on the list, rich features such as paint notes and voice notes, in addition to text notes, certainly justify the higher battery drain rate.
This is the latest post in our new M2AppMonitor Analysis series, where we will present you with information on apps directly from our M2AppMonitor community. This information is packed full of invaluable insights into the Android app ecosystem. If you want to see if any of your apps are misbehaving, download the FREE M2AppMonitor Android app on Google Play today!