May 31, 2013 By: Will Verduzco
Ever since Google Keep was released some time ago, it has become an everyday staple for many users. And who’s to blame them. The application is simple, east-to-use, and has an aesthetic and efficient interface. However, one potential complaint that some may have with Keep is that it relies on Google’s cloud to store its notes and allow you to access them across devices. While Google is widely considered to be the best and the most reliable personal cloud solution, some may prefer to use a different service.
This is where XDA Recognized Developer Goddchen comes in. He created an app called Easy Cloud Notes. And as it name implies, it allows you to take cloud notes rather easily. Currently, it supports various note types, as described by developer:
It supports the common note types:
- Text notes
- Photo notes
- Audio notes
- Drawings (coming soon)
Sounds a bit like Google Keep, right? Well since we like having choice, that’s where these apps diverge. So what kind of cloud services does Easy Cloud Notes support? Currently, the supported cloud services include the following:
While I assume that most who use this app will end up using Google Drive for the back end, it’s still quite nice to be given choice. After all, that’s part of the reason we love Android, right? On top of the diverse note types and user-selectable cloud backup solutions, the app’s interface is well designed, as seen in the developer’s other apps that we’ve featured in the past.
If that’s gotten you excited, you can go ahead and give it a shot by heading over to the application thread.