Android Apps

Catch syncs notes between Android & web. We’re giving away 5 FREE Catch Pro accounts [Contests]

March 16, 2011 | by Andrew Kameka

Productivity

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Remembering what to do can sometimes be a little tougher when you’re always on the go. As always with Android phones, there’s a way to address that problem. Catch Notes, a competitor to Evernote, turns your Android phone into a powerful note-taking app for remembering and managing your tasks and thoughts.

We previously covered Catch Notes, formerly known as 3Banana, and called it a great Android app that syncs between the phone and web. Since then, Catch Notes has revamped with a great interface, voice note recording, text or photos, tag organization, and reminders.

Catch Notes synchronizes all of this data to Catch.com, so your notes are always backed-up and manageable online. A Catch Pro account increases your upload allowance to 1 GB per month instead of 70 MB. It also adds the ability to attach PDF/RTF/MS Office documents. Catch Pro accounts cost $5 per month or $45 per year, but Androinica readers have a chance to win 1 of 5 free subscriptions.

Catch is donating three 6-month subscriptions and two 12-month subscriptions. Entrance into the competition is very simple: just make a comment below stating one item, event, or idea that you need to remember. Then we’ll select five winners at random. The only rule is that you MUST comment from an account that can be reached (valid e-mail, Facebook, Twitter, etc). Good luck!